Badgett-Kritsonis Supervision Leadership Model (BK-SLM)

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The Badgett-Kritsonis Supervision Leadership Model (BK-SLM; 2014) focuses on six fundamental principles of effective supervision. The model emphasizes reasonable expectations that are clearly …

The Badgett-Kritsonis Supervision Leadership Model (BK-SLM; 2014) focuses on six fundamental principles of effective supervision. The model emphasizes reasonable expectations that are clearly communicated and consistently enforced. Results are monitored and evaluated for effectiveness. Finally, expectations are systematically reinforced or revised. The model is applicable to many facets of education, business, and industry.

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  • 1. 1. Reasonable Expectations 6. Reinforced or Revised 2. Clearly Communicated Badgett-Kritsonis Supervision Leadership Model 3. Consistently Enforced 5. Evaluated 4. Monitored Badgett-Kritsonis Supervision Leadership Model (BK-SLM) The Badgett-Kritsonis Supervision Leadership Model (BK-SLM; ©2014) focuses on six fundamental principles of effective supervision. Step One: Expectations must be reasonable. Step Two: Expectations clearly communicated. Step Three: Expectations consistently enforced. Once these foundational steps are established, the supervisor advances to the fourth, fifth, and sixth steps. Step Four: Results monitored. Step Five: Results evaluated for effectiveness. Step Six: Expectations reinforced or revised in a systematic, measured, and safe manner. This model is grounded on effective decision making. FOUNDATION LEVELS Step One: Expectations must be reasonable Step Two: Expectations clearly communicated Step Three: Expectations consistently enforced ADVANCED LEVELS Step Four: Results monitored Step Five: Results evaluated for effectiveness Step Six: Expectations reinforced