We all experience a busy workload and the pressure to do more. In a busy workplace, time reserved for supervision can be unintentionally eroded. Supervision being important for wellbeing, information sharing, and professional development. Learn to implement a time-efficient framework that enables team members to:
- Describe skills and knowledge they currently use with their team or a co-worker
- Focus on their knowledge of the child’s experience and how that shapes their work practices
- Extend their skills in culturally accountable child focused enquiries
- Describe with confidence resonant dilemmas and challenges in the work they require more input about questioning styles that invite reflective practice.
Highly relevant for team leaders and Managers providing or wanting to provide more group and dyadic supervision for dedicated teams in the community, Domestic Violence and homelessness sector.