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  1. 1. Agenda 0 Introduction 0 Styles of Supervision 0 Multiple Roles and Relationships in the Supervisory Process How To Develop Positive Influence as a Supervisor 0 Supervisor’s Roles and Responsibilities 0 Legal Aspects of Supervision 0 Multicultural Issues in Supervision 0 Spiritual Issues in Supervision 0 Conclusion Tenisha Williams 1/2014 0 References
  2. 2. 5 Styles of Supervision 0 Laissez- faire- lacks direct supervision of employees and fails to provide regular feedback 0 Lack of control. 0 Lack of increase costs Apply for the most of senior employees 0 Autocratic-manager makes decisions alone without the input of others 0 Crushes creativity 0 Transactional- manager provide rewards or punishment to the team members based on the performance result. 0 Bonuses are the rewards that employees receive when they meet the goals. 0 Transformational- this style depend on high levels of communication in order to meet goals. 0 Motivate team members and enhance productivity and also efficiency because they are so involved. 0 Participative- manager values the input of his/her team members and peer but she/he makes the final decision . 0 Boots morale because employees feel their opinion matters. Blanca Perezarce-Serenil 1/2014
  3. 3. Multiple Roles and Relationships in the Supervisory Process 0 Avoid non-professional relationships. 0 Sexual Relations is prohibited 0 To avoid creating: role conflicts and dual relationships. 0 Abuse of power 0 Boundary crossings that could lead to boundary Romance violations. 0 PREVENT: Dual 0 Supervisor objective to be impaired counselor Roles 0 Clients well being to be diminished. Corey, G., Schneider Corey, M., & Patrick, C. (2011). Issues and ethics in the helping professions (8th ed.). Belmont, CA: Cengage. Sonia Navarro 1/2014 Boss friend
  4. 4. How to develop positive influence as a Supervisor 0 Be a person of Integrity 0 Nurture your supervisee by; 0 Being a good listener, be honest, direct 0 Get to know your supervisee in a professional manner. 0 Give individual support and as a group. 0 Be consistent with expectations. 0 Be flexible and understanding. 0 Be in balance, check for goals, and help meet the goals. 0 Be consistent in professionalism: Develop opportunity for growth. 0 Last, but not least use manners and continuously and ethics wisely. Sonia Navarro 1/2014
  5. 5. Teacher Recorder Adviser Evaluator Mentor Administrator Consultant Counselor (Corey, Schneider Corey, & Patrick, "Chapter 9, Supervisor’s Roles and Responsibilities," 2011) Tenisha Williams 1/2014
  6. 6. Supervisor’s Responsibilities 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Teach supervisees due process and their rights Provide training & supervised experiences Provide timely feedback Monitor & guide supervisees’ conduct, competence, actions, decisions, caseloads, personal and professional development Ethically & legally responsible not only for the supervisees but also for all the current/future clients of the supervisees. (Corey, Schneider Corey, & Patrick, "Chapter 9, Supervisor’s Roles and Responsibilities," 2011) Tenisha Williams 1/2014
  7. 7. Legal Aspects of Supervision 0 Direct liability would be charged when the actions of a supervisor were themselves the cause of harm to a supervisee or a client (for instance, if a supervisor suggested (and documented) an intervention that was determined to be the cause of harm). The supervisor does not have to actually carry out the intervention, but if the supervisee follows the suggestion of a supervisor and this results in harm – this is direct liability. 0 Vicarious liability is being held liable for the actions of the supervisee when these were not suggested, or even known, by the supervisor. Therefore, if a supervisory relationship exists, the supervisor can potentially be held liable for any negligent acts of the supervisee. Ethical Obligation: 1. Informed Consent: Agreement between supervisor and supervisee .Client should be informed immediately. 2. Confidentiality: Continued the confidentiality of patient with supervisor and supervisee. Sonia Navarro 1/2014
  8. 8. Legal Aspects of Supervision 3. Legal responsibility of clients well being. 0 Duty to warn 0 Supervise unethical situations such as Dual relationships Sexual relationships 0 Duty to Warn and Protect Sonia Navarro 1/2014 Corey, G., Schneider Corey, M., & Patrick, C. (2011). Issues and ethics
  9. 9. Multicultural Issues in Supervision 0 Multicultural supervision:definition of culture that include 0 Race 0 Ethnic 0 Socioeconomic status 0 Sexual orientation 0 Religion 0 Gender 0 age Blanca Perezarce-Serenil 1/2014
  10. 10. Continued.. 0 Some of the multicultural issues in supervision include: 0 Effort from subordinates 0 Involvement 0 Dedication 0 Knowledge 0 Understanding of actions 0 The supervision have the responsibility to be aware of the complexities of the multicultural society 0 In ethical and competent supervision involves recognized and addressing the issues that apply to the multicultural supervision. 0 Racial and ethical issue the supervision don’t assist in addressing racial and ethic issues. The client may be denied to the opportunity to explore these issues and also their therapy.
  11. 11. Spiritual Issues in Supervision 0 The supervisors have to be open about the discussing spiritual issues. 0 Religion and spirituality : The main understanding and handle many clients, having faith is so important consideration to look into and also grasp the knowledge on supervision. 0 It so necessary for mental health professionals to have the correct understanding ,address religious diversity and have honor. Blanca Perearce-Serenil 1/2014
  12. 12. Conclusion Tenisha Williams 1/2014
  13. 13. References Corey, G., Schneider Corey, M., & Patrick, C. (2011). Issues and Ethics in the Helping Professions (8th ed.). Retrieved from The University of Phoenix eBook Collection database. Image in slide 5 courtesy of http://easysmallbusinesshr.com/ESBHRpix/Supervisor%20Tips.jpg Image in slide 7, “Businessmen explaining the work to a colleague” courtesy of footage.shutterstock.com - 400 × 224 Image in slide 8 courtesy of http://salescoach.us/blog/wpcontent/uploads/2013/02/shutterstock_28805359.jpg://soe.syr.edu/academic/counseling_and_human_services/modul es/Preparing_for_Supervision/ethical_legal_issues_in_supervision.aspx Image in slide 9 courtesy of Image in slide 12 courtesy of http://www.jantoo.com/cartoons/lowres/122/12246713_low.jpg Image in slide 13,”PA-Gov. Mystery: Who’s Staffing up in Pittsburg” courtesy of www.politicspa.com - 300 × 300

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