Big Idea #1Effective SupervisionO Being an effective leader takes a lot ofskill, patience, and cooperation.O In chapter 9, Bruno discusses two types ofsupervision …
Big Idea #1Effective SupervisionO Directive: “holds employeesaccountable when theirperformance does not meetexpectations”O Reflective: “invitesemployee and supervisor togrow together in the contextof a supportive,introspective relationship”O (Bruno, 2009, p. 132)
Big Idea #1Effective SupervisionPause and ReflectO Which method do you think is most effective?O Is there a time and a place for both?
Big Idea #2Maslow’s Hierarchy of NeedsO Abraham Maslow is one of my all-timefavorite guys!O He just looks so jolly …O Born in 1908 in Brooklyn, he was one ofthe founders of Humanistic Psychology;however he is best known for his“Hierarchy of Needs”
Big Idea #2Maslow’s Hierarchy of NeedsPause and ReflectO Can you think of time when your basicneeds were not met?O How did that impact your performanceat school or work?
Big Idea #3Budget Resources to the Rescue!O Preparing a Budget (Child Care Aware ofAmerica)O Sample Child Care Center Budget(Maryland Committee for Children)O Budget Model for a Daycare Center(Houston Chronicle small businesssupport)
ReferencesO Boeree, C. G. (2006). Abraham Maslow. Retrievedfrom http://webspace.ship.edu/cgboer/maslow.htmlO Bruno, H. E. (2009). Leading on purpose:Emotionally intelligent early childhoodadministration. Columbus, OH: McGraw-Hill.O Child Care Aware of America. (2013). Preparing abudget. Retrieved fromhttp://childcareaware.org/child-care-providers/business-plan/preparing-a-budgetO Maryland Committee for Children. (2003). Samplebudget for child care center operations. Retrievedfrom http://mdchildcare.org/mdcfc/pdfs/budg1-centeroperations02.pdfO Sarfin, R. L. (2013). A budget model for a daycarecenter. Retrieved fromhttp://smallbusiness.chron.com/budget-model-daycare-center-12879.html