Module: 4.7.2 Supervising with Head and Heart
During this module, participants will explore the importance of social-emotional learning and character skills in our roles as supervisors. Participants will reflect on their personal roadblocks and potential pitfalls as a supervisor as well as be introduced to a management framework to help strengthen their supervision.
In this training participants will:
- Explore social-emotional and character skills that support supervisors.
- Explore personal roadblocks, power and potential pitfalls as a supervisor.
- Become familiar with a management framework to strengthen their supervision.
Leading Self and Others
Participants will review the key concepts from module 4.7.1 Leading with Head and Heart that are relevant to the training today as well as spend time reflecting on the importance of social-emotional learning and character skills in our roles as supervisors.
Supervision in a Youth Development Context
Participants will be introduced to a framework to help understand the parallels of youth development and supervising adults.
Personal Roadblocks in Supervision
Participants will reflect on their own personal needs, biases, and roadblocks as a supervisor to help start the process of creating an intentional process for staff development and supervision.
Participants will be introduced to a management framework to help strengthen their supervision of staff.
Training Length: 2 hours