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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. Step One: Expectations must be reasonable. Step Two: Expectations …

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.

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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

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