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Stepping into Supervision: A Strengths Approach
Introduction: summary of the features and principles of the strengths approach
Summary of the features and principles of the strengths approach
What is strengths-based supervision?
A few definitions
How is strengths-based supervision different? (7:20)
Reasons versus purpose
Types of supervision
Establishing a strengths-based supervision relationship
Where to start?
How do we learn?
How can the exploration of learning styles be used to develop supervision agreements?
Supervision skills review
Importance of acknowledging and exploring culture, values and beliefs (6:14)
What does strengths-based supervision look like in practice?
How to structure a strengths-based supervision session (4:58)
The skill of asking questions
Active listening and emotional intelligence
Tools to guide a strengths-based supervision session – the Five Column Tool
Tools to guide a strengths-based supervision session – Kolb’s model
Strengths-based reflective practice in supervision (7:35)
Feedback and straight talk in supervision (18:55)
Grey areas and ethical dilemmas
A few examples of strengths-based supervision in practice (8:11)
Some final thoughts: summary of the benefits of strengths-based supervision
What happens if supervision is poor or doesn’t happen?
Benefits of taking a strengths approach to supervision
A few examples of strengths-based supervision in practice
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