Supervision

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It has been a basic component of both the educational process and social work practice. It has been recognized as one of the unique characteristics of social work and is generally regarded positively. It is an integral part of most social work agencies in the delivery of social services

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Supervision

  1. 1. SHAH SAUD TORU MPhil Scholar ISCS , BKU
  2. 2. It has been a basic component of both the educational process and social work practice. It has been recognized as one of the unique characteristics of social work and is generally regarded positively. It is an integral part of most social work agencies in the delivery of social services
  3. 3. Supervision is a process by which workers are helped by a designated staff member to learn according to their needs, to make the best use of their knowledge and skills and to improve their abilities so that they do their jobs more effectively and with increasing satisfaction to themselves and the agency.
  4. 4. According to Halsey, supervision is the process of selecting the right person for each job so that each person is caused to do his work skillfully, accurately, intelligently, enthusiastically and completely. According to Dale Beach, supervision is the function of leading, coordinating & directing the work of others to accomplish the designed objectives
  5. 5. IMPORTANCE OF THE SUPERVISION Supervision ensures the continuity of work operation and work performance. Supervision also ensures the utilization of resources in the best interests of the enterprise. It also guarantees the proper functioning of the work units, and removes the minor maladies in the utilization of labour force. Supervision also provides proper guidance to the worker.
  6. 6.  Effective supervision is also necessary to proceed the work on the desired lines. Supervision also provides timely operational direction to the working force in the organization. Supervision is necessary to assure that the programmes are being implemented according to the desire of the executives. Effective supervision also helps in generating, sense of responsibility among the personnel, working at lower levels.
  7. 7.  Supervision not only checks the misuse of time and resources but it helps in promoting the working efficiency by giving the personnel situational encouragement through including their good services in the files.  By providing effective supervision the employees need not bother waste their time in attending less important works. Thus supervisor acts as the loyal representative of the employees and sincerely looks after their interests. In the absence of supervision, the wishes of the organization will remain unfulfilled and the working force will behave rather in disintegrating manner.
  8. 8. Functions of Supervision
  9. 9. Teaching function: It is aimed at helping workers to increase their knowledge and understanding in order to deepen the professional attitudes. It also involves assisting workers to increase and improve their social work practice and skills. Workers learn by doing, then they discuss what has gone well and what has been difficult.
  10. 10. Administrative Function: Administratively, the supervisor is involved in directing and guiding workers, in helping with management matters such as salaries, promotion assignment of cases, appointments to committees, or other agency work. The supervisor assures some uniformity of quality and quantity in the work of the staff.
  11. 11. Enabling Function: It aims at facilitating the work of the supervises, so they can do their parts in the delivery of social services. It means opening doors for the utilization of their abilities and skills.
  12. 12. THANK YOU

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