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...SUPERVISION What are the differences between training supervision and general work supervision for counselors and social workers? Specifically, what is the purpose of each type of supervision and how is supervision conducted in each category? Training supervision is done at the university where the aspiring counselors and social workers pursue the program and work with clients in an applied setting as requirement of the university training program. On the other hand, general work supervision is carried out for counselors and social workers who had cleared their formal...
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...Supervision To become a successful manager a person has to engage himself in constant supervision of all activities within the organization, his subordinates as well as other publics of the organization and keep track of the challenges. The essential dimensions required to become a successful manager are as follows: Ability to achieve results: In order to achieve the desired results, a successful manager applies a variety of techniques. The first objective should be to set an achievable objective and make it known to the people he is managing so that everything is very clear from the very beginning. The manager should not only give orders but also try to work with his subordinates in order... To become...
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...Supervision The supervisor’s role as teacher In performing the role of a teacher it would be important to guide Michael by providing direct lecture and instruction, which would contain the relevant information on how to deal with specific situations or cases (Nongard). Playing the role of a teacher would mean providing answers in each case and instructing him on the different learning techniques. He would be taught how to apply interventions and also conceptualizing (Pearson, 2004). The supervisor’s role as counselor In the role of counselor it is important to assist Michael to recognize his own “blind spot”, or to deal with situations where he is instinctively “hooked” by a client’s problem...
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...Supervision The supervisor’s role as teacher In performing the role of a teacher it would be important to guide Michael by providing direct lecture and instruction, which would contain the relevant information on how to deal with specific situations or cases (Nongard). Playing the role of a teacher would mean providing answers in each case and instructing him on the different learning techniques. He would be taught how to apply interventions and also conceptualizing (Pearson, 2004). The supervisor’s role as counselor In the role of counselor it is important to assist Michael to recognize his own “blind spot”, or to deal with situations where he is instinctively “hooked”...
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Clinical Supervision
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...Supervision - A definition Clinical supervision is a process by which people can excel in their respective fields. It can be said as an intervention where a profession's senior member spends some time with the junior member of same profession, getting some time to talk with them. The supervision process continues until the junior member gets to clear his doubts about his profession and career. This process helps in enhancing the performance of the junior member in their profession. It helps in improving the quality of work the junior delivers to the client of his profession. It also helps in identifying the problems of any newbie who would join the same profession. This is one view... of the...
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Good Supervision
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...Supervision Events Name of Student Name of Institution Understanding Personal author, compiler, or editor name(s); click on any author to run a new search on that name.Vaughn Worthen and Brian McNeil's A Phenomenological Investigation of "Good" Supervision Events Events of supervision are particular parts of organizational development. However, in the field of Psychology, supervision is one if not the primary activity that is mostly hosted by Psychology professionals. Understandably, this is the reason why Worthen and MvNeil... Understanding Personal compiler, or editor s); click on any to run a new search on that Vaughn Worthen and Brian McNeil's APhenomenological Investigation of "Good"...
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Clinical supervision
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...Supervision Goldhammer (1969) defines the term 'clinical' as, "it is meant to imply supervision up close" That is the supervisor actually observes the teacher in the classroom, collects data on the observation, and uses the data for analysis following the observation"( Goldhammer 1969,p.59) Goldhammer believed that the supervisory process (it is appropriate at this juncture to draw a distinction and maintain, that the consulting teacher is merely a peer teacher, he/she is by no means a 'supervisor', in the conventional meaning of the term), is prime to embody an aire of open communication and trust between the teacher and his/her consulting teacher. The most... 1 Clinical...
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Sentence Supervision
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...Supervision: A Critical Evaluation Introduction Sentencing and post - sentence supervision are currently viewed as one of the most effective measures for controlling dangerous offenders and protecting the public. Consequently longer sentences are being meted out to violent offenders. The law also demands that convicted criminals be supervised by the Parole Board as long as it is necessary. It is the general belief that such punitive steps need to be taken in order to counter the rising rates of crime and to preserve public safety. This has had the result of severe and longer sentences being awarded to convicted criminals who... are deemed dangerous and conversely a decrease in the use of...
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Supervision management
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...SUPERVISION MANAGEMENT Leading and managing a team to perform effectively requires consideration and application of various issues and these issues have an immense affect on team performance. If we try to define leadership, it is the ability to bring people together to dedicate themselves to a common goal and leaders are people who get things done in a most effective manner. Team building and vision is the core of leadership. Leadership is about building peak performing teams and leaders are able to effectively communicate and motivate the team to perform the set goals. This paper discusses some of the most important aspects of good leaders and also management strategies...
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Clinical Supervision
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...Supervision-Reflective Report Work is one of the most fundamental aspects of our lives. This is because it governs by its sheer centrality.Nevertheless, we often pay little attention to the work we do, our suitability to it, to critical relationships inherent in it or to the manner in which our very essence is by it challenged. In addition, even though we may reflect on what we have achieved at workplace, we rarely consider what we have or become through such an achievement. Such reflections are particularly critical for a nurse working in a respiratory ward, where care is provided for patients with long term respiratory illnesses and diseases such as lung cancer, exacerbation of asthma... ?Clinical...
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Supervision Management
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...SUPERVISION MANAGEMENT Leading and managing a team to perform effectively requires consideration and application of various issues and these issues have an immense affect on team performance. If we try to define leadership, it is the ability to bring people together to dedicate themselves to a common goal and leaders are people who get things done in a most effective manner. Team building and vision is the core of leadership. Leadership is about building peak performing teams and leaders are able to effectively communicate and motivate the team to perform the set goals. This paper discusses some of the most important aspects of good leaders and also management strategies...
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Clinical Supervision
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...Supervision. The Ethical Issues. The given case study is devoted to the ethical issues in clinical supervision. Here we used the information from the website of American Psychological Association (APA) and the book Issues and Ethics in the Helping Professions 8th ed. by Gerald Corey, Marianne Schneider Corey and Patrick Callanan. It covers the topic of ethical issues in the practice of clinical supervision looking at them from both, the supervisor’s and the intern’s, sides. Lily began supervising an intern, Jack. Then Lily went to a medical leave for six months, since she was the only licensed mental health professional in the office she left Jack work without her supervision. Jack took... Clinical...
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Supervision Platform
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...Supervision Platform Philosophy Education is a huge asset for the however any flaws on the part of those imparting education can reap disastrous results for the students. For this reason, supervision is more of a social responsibility as education directly impacts the personal development of individuals. Teachers and other academicians have a huge role to play in the development of the society in the larger context, and supervisors having the responsibility of steering the academia in the right direction have a huge burden on their shoulders. The underlying philosophy behind the supervisory practices which I aim at adopting is that the emotional development of a child goes hand in hand... ? s School...
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Management and supervision today
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...supervision today Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 A Tricky Supervision Challenge: A brief Overview 4 Relationship of the article with supervision and management 5 Reference 6 Introduction Supervision is the art of managing, directing and monitoring an individual or a group of individual. Supervision is necessary in every field of life be it in the field of education or in other professional field. However in this context professional supervision or in other words the supervision takes place within the organizations will be considered. Supervision within the organizations is about managing the employees and to look after their proper completion of the allotted tasks... Management and...
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Supervision Topic of Issue
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...Supervision in Social Work Grade (April 12, Supervision in Social Work Introduction Social work supervision refers to the interaction between the supervisor and the supervisee within a social work setting, such as in health or human services context. Social work supervision is not only a responsibility of the supervisor, but rather a structural collaboration between the supervisor and the supervisee, towards the achievement of the best client outcomes (Tsui, 2005). While the supervisor is responsible for developing competency in the supervisee, the supervisee is responsible for delivering quality services to the clients,...
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Management and Supervision Today
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...supervision today Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 A Tricky Supervision Challenge: A brief Overview 4 Relationship of the article with supervision and management 5 Reference 6 Introduction Supervision is the art of managing, directing and monitoring an individual or a group of individual. Supervision is necessary in every field of life be it in the field of education or in other professional field. However in this context professional supervision or in other words the supervision takes place within the organizations will be considered. Supervision within the organizations is about managing the employees and to look after their proper completion of the allotted... ? Management and...
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Supervision for Instructional Improvement
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...Supervision for Instructional Improvement 1 Supervision for Instructional Improvement "The critique of standard-issue staff development is quite-damning, and it is not new. Dennis Sparks, the president of the National Staff Development Council, has been calling for serious changes for years, deerying the fact that, "only a small portion of what is known about quality staff development is regularly used in schools" The key to replace a belief in 'experts' who deliver knowledge of good teaching in workshops' with communities of teachers who learn through "ongoing...
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Opposing Styles of Supervision
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...supervision Opposing styles of supervision It is difficult to adopt a standard supervising style in organizations because of theindividual differences in employee characteristics, behaviors and their attitude towards work. Managers and supervisors are often try to vary their supervising styles in order to derive the maximum out of the employees. They will implement autocratic and participative management styles judiciously and use rewards and punishments like motivating tools periodically to get the better out of all the employees. This paper analyses opposing styles of supervisions based on McGregor's Theory Y and X and Autocratic Supervision vs. Participative Management... ? Opposing styles of...
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Supervision and Law
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...Supervision and Law s Corrections is fundamentally a job that creates numerous opportunities for self-doubt, self-destruction, and self-criticism. This is hindered by poorly trained supervisors as the job becomes more complex in comparison to the manner in which it was really designed by correctional standards. The ill prepared and poorly trained supervisors know that if the job falls short, they will be disciplined together with the officers in charge for not carrying out their jobs. Therefore, most supervisors have zero tolerance for mistakes and usually view it as misconduct. To that effect, the supervisors often use humiliation and embarrassment as a management tool. The law requires... ...
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Clinical Supervision Master Essay
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...supervision A critical analysis of the implementation and development of clinical supervision in the workplace, a professional and personal account [Writer's Name] [Institution's Name] A critical analysis of the implementation and development of clinical supervision in the workplace, a professional and personal account Nowadays, mostly servicing industries' focus is not just on financial indicators but it covers also non-financial indicators to take advantage of key internal and external opportunities and respond to these opportunities promptly. Service quality had been studied extensively by many researchers in relation to service organizations... view. In a technology age today,...
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Case Study Clinical Supervision
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...Supervision The assignment consists of several sections that concentrate on different aspects of given tasks. Introductory passage involves in the subject of the assignment, and provides the information about ACA Code of Ethics. After that, a clear explanation of ethical issues related to the supervisor is presented. Information about ethical responsibilities of supervisee/student goes next. Examination of the influence of my own personal values as it relates to the issues presented in the case about Lily and Jack is represented then. An appropriate comparison of ACA and APA ethical standards together with the description of similarities and dereferences in their variant remains... Case Study Clinical...
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Scenario Project & Supervision & Probation
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...supervision to young offenders in 1820 with experimental measures. Probation is first named by Augustus John in 1841 as he works with the Washington Abstinence society. He visits Boston police court and does pretrial enquiries on offenders and this evolves into what was known as the Massachusetts scheme (DP, 2011). The first systematic example of probation supervision began in 1869 in America. Between 1878 and 1938 various states and districts including the federal government set up probation laws. In 1983 electronic monitoring of offenders begins in Mexico followed by Florida. In 1989 a survey indicates that fifty states have adopted intensive probation and other intermediate... Probation Questions...
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Supervision and Leadership
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...Supervision and Leadership In today’s world of competence, managers and supervisors face tremendous change and challenge. The increasing complexity of work, managing a diverse workforce, the need for higher levels of productivity and employee commitment all combine to perform in ways different than in the past. This paper discusses some of the most essential leadership and supervising qualities that need to be developed in an organization. Following information is tailored to form a comprehensive guide useful to new managers and supervisors. If we define leadership or a leader we can say that a leader is someone who leads. Leadership frequently involves delegation of tasks to other people... ...
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Supervision for Instructional Improvement
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...Supervision for Instructional Improvement 1 Supervision for Instructional Improvement “The critique of standard-issue staff development is quite-damning, and it is not new. Dennis Sparks, the president of the National Staff Development Council, has been calling for serious changes for years, deerying the fact that, “only a small portion of what is known about quality staff development is regularly used in schools” The key to replace a belief in ‘experts’ who deliver knowledge of good teaching in workshops’ with communities of teachers who learn through “ongoing collaboration and...
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Schools, Teaching, and Supervision
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...Supervision al Affiliation) As a future supervisor, I will be tasked with providing leadership tonot only the teachers and the teaching material, but consequently influencing the success of the educational experience of the students, especially in relation to how they learn and utilize the knowledge acquired in real life situations. Mind you, the ultimate proof of a successful education is in the application of the knowledge acquired during the learning process. Therefore, the adoption of an effective supervisory platform is vital to the success of the education process as a whole. My supervisory platform will be based on the philosophy of experimentalism because on a personal... Schools, Teaching and...
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Counselor Training and Supervision
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...Supervision Counselor Training and Supervision Quality control is important in professional careers to ensurethat the welfare of those involved is guaranteed. Each state provides its own quality control or the guidelines each profession is required to adhere to. The regulation is not meant to limit freedom but to ensure each person is working under a generally accepted law. This paper details the state of Mississippi guidelines for adequate training and supervision for professionals who work under other licensed professionals. Adequate training or education is one of the requirements that each applicant who wants a professional license must fulfill. One must have a doctoral... Counselor Training and...
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Law Enforcement Supervision
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...Supervision Law 14 October Introduction Law enforcement organizations have developed a cultural that surpasses democracy and individuality, and strictly adheres to autocracy. The belief that police organizations operate unfairly and are autocratic have compounded the feelings of frustration amongst officers. All organizations are steadily adopting more effectual leadership postures that revolve around not only the needs of the organizations, but on the needs of people serving in them. In view of this development, significant changes have registered in the leadership styles in police agencies during recent years. Leadership and Organizational Culture Negative images and observations... ? Law Enforcement...
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Financial Regulation & Supervision
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...Supervision Executive Summary The concept of business has changed in the last two decades with more emphasis on e-commerce around the world. In layman’s term, e-commerce refers to buying and selling goods over World Wide Web. However, there is more to this interconnected concept of technology and business. The changed face of business has brought changes in the way the transactions occur through debit cards and credit cards, and the issue of security that has often been cited as a barrier to ecommerce (May, 2000, p.165). In response to such a barrier, firms engaged in such business have continuously assisted establishment of set of standards known as PCI DSS that today governs... ?Financial Regulation &...
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Supervision & leadership skills
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...SUPERVISION & LEADERSHIP SKILLS Task The organization under analysis is Apple Computer Corporation, a leader in IT industry. Strengths of Apple include knowledge, HR, relationships, selling and history. Effective management is at the heart of organisation development and improved performance. The process of management, however, takes place not in a vacuum but within the context of the organisational setting. Applications of organisatinal behaviour and the effective management of human resources are upon the nature of the industry, and its culture and climate. A) According to Charles Handy and his "motivation calculus theory", successful performance of any organization is...
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Leadership and Supervision
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...Supervision This research compares The of Houston Organizational Leadership and Supervision Degree from the University of South Carolina Organizational Leadership (USCOL) and Supervision Degree. This research unveils similarities and differences between the two segments on reaffirming their roles in the two societies. The research underscores the essence of recruiting more industry professionals especially in Oil and Gas into the University of Houston OLS Degree. This article, therefore, contrasts HUOLS with University of Carolina counterpart for the betterment its current policy. Area of Focus: Industry Professionals: The University of Houston tailored the course under the name... Leadership and...
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Fieldwork Skills and Supervision
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...Supervision Essay The purpose of this essay is to describe my experience gaining fieldwork skills while going through the supervision module. First, the paper will focus on my individual experience as a participant-observer in a dance movement psychotherapy session placed in the Day Centre (with adults with learning disabilities). The use of dance movement psychotherapy has worked well with adults with learning disabilities, as research has shown (Wadsworth J and Hackett S, 2014). This paper also focuses attention to how supervision helps me and supports me throughout my own journey. I will describe my experiences and emotions from the experience, as well as the concepts... Fieldwork Skills and...
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Fieldwork Skills and Supervision
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...Supervision Essay The purpose of this essay is to describe my experience gaining fieldwork skills while going through the supervision module. First, the paper will focus on my individual experience as a participant-observer placed in the Day Centre, with attention to how supervision helps me and supports me throughout my own journey. I will describe my experiences and emotions from the experience, as well as the concepts and experiences that taught me the most, leading to what ai will carry away from this for the majority of my career. Each day, I had responsibilities in the morning (10:15 – 11:45) and afternoon (1:30 – 3:00) sessions Most of the clients were in wheelchairs... Fieldwork Skills and...
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Financial Regulation and Supervision
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...Supervision Financial Regulation & Supervision Insert Insert Grade Insert 22 March Financial Regulation & Supervision Introduction Andrews Pick & Mix is an online UK retailer that needs to enhance and ensure it puts in place a reliable and versatile debit and credit card processing service, which would consequently go a long way in helping its business operations. Reliable and versatile debit and credit card processing service not only enhances business operations, but also increases sales through enabling retailers to accept all means of payment at any given time from any part of the world. A reliable and first-rate efficient credit and debit card processing... ?Running head: Financial Regulation &...
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Supervision
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...1) There are several issues here, the majority of which emanate from the absence of a clear charting of responsibilities and the disconnect between Sondra and the parents due to linguistic barriers. As regards the first, several things must be highlighted. The first is that Barbara clearly does not know her position vis--vis the class teacher and, quite evidently, refuses to acknowledge her subordinate position as a teacher's aide. The second is that Barbara, not Sondra, is perceived of as the figure of authority in the classroom and this perception is, undoubtedly, fortified by her much greater knowledge of, and familiarity with, the class, the students and their families. The third... There are...
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A Case Study of Supervision
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...Supervision Affiliation: Supervision exhibits diverse and dynamic practices, all of which are tailored towards the achievement of specific goals and objectives. The interaction between supervisors and their supervisees is characterized by common interests that are drawn from both parties. The ultimate concern is to enhance personal development, professional growth, and career competitiveness by having both supervisors and supervisees play their respective roles in the light of the underlying supervisory practices. This paper presents a case of supervision in the clinical setting. Newly qualified dentists, also known as foundation dentists, are supervised for a period of one... ?Topic: A Case Study of...
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Supervision within the educationonal system
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...Supervision Article The education article under examination is Cottrell, Kilminster, Jolly, and Grant’s What is effective supervision and how does it happen? A critical incident study. This article examines supervision from the perspective of educational supervisors and attempts to gain their opinions and ideas of what constitutes the most central aspects of effective supervision. The study was conducted through utilizing a series of diverse methods. The most prevailing was through telephone interviews with individuals in the education field with a specified interest in supervision. The participants were all from the Yorkshire region. There were a number of overarching insights the writers... Education...
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Clinical Supervision in Mental Care
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...Supervision in Mental Care Number Clinical Supervision in Mental Care Clinical supervision refers to an oversight that is provided by senior clinicians to junior members of the same occupation for purposes of improving the standard of care given to patients (Sloan, 2006). The relationship between senior and junior officers is basically a permanent, evaluative program which is aimed at enhancing the implementation of expertise in the operations of the inexperienced members of staff. In a mental facility, clinical supervision’s main purpose is to uphold the value of the professional services by transforming psychiatric facilities in to better governed safe havens that facilitate the quick... ? Clinical...
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Conflict in Law Enforcement Supervision
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Reflective Essay in Clinical Supervision
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...supervision Introduction Clinical supervision may mean different things to different people; as such, no single definition can be used to refer to the term. In the practice of Nursing, the term refers to a form of intervention provided to a junior member of the profession by a senior member of the same profession. Thus, the relationship between the supervisor and the supervisee can be termed as evaluative. This essay seeks to explore the application of clinical supervision in Nursing. More specifically, the essay will focus on the appropriate model that a clinical supervisor can use with a supervisee, who has had a promotion to an E grade Nurse. In addition, the essay... ?Reflective essay in clinical...
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Supervision and Management Academic Essay
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...supervision, ineffective communication, working conditions, quality of co-workers, inability to ‘fit’ with the organizational culture, low pay and few benefits, lack of clear definition of responsibilities, no direction at work (cited by Gustafson). In the lodging industry pay was important apart from communications problems, lack of advancement in career, recognition and conflict with management. These have been explained by Lee who contends that job redesigning leads to job satisfaction by making jobs more interesting (Lee, 2000). When people find their work to be meaningful, they will find interest in doing the work and will like their jobs. Organizational commitment is a critical factor... The...
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Mentoring and Clinical Supervision in Nursing Practice
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...Supervision in Nursing Practice Introduction: Mentoring important in nursing since the nursing is not just certification, itinvolves gradual and progressive development of commitment to serve the ailing human beings. This involves transmission of knowledge and experience in the clinical setting to develop practice with collegiality between the veterans in the profession and the new entrants. The system ensures support for one another within the discipline of nursing. By establishing patterns of engagement within the clinical workspace, the seasoned veterans connect with their novice colleagues to promote standards of excellence and scholarship based on evidence-based knowledge... Mentoring and Clinical...
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Personal Philosophy and Model of Supervision
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...Supervision Introduction While it is obvious that all models of clinical supervision have both positive and negative elements within their structural foundations, the need to find personal identification within professional care strategies, is vital for the future of anyone wishing the enter this field. The supervisor’s responsibilities of assuring client needs, of enabling others to reach a high professional standard, and of making sure that ethical and safety standards are met, are all essential tasks that need to be implemented with a professional understanding of the purposes of clinical supervision. The supervisor’s role within this is multi-faceted, and includes... Philosophy and Model of...
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Counselling theory and practice group supervision
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...SUPERVISION Introduction Counseling can be referred to as a special kind of talking, which often allows an individual to express their particular feelings and problems in an environment though to be confidential and dependable. A counselor is that person specially trained in order to listen to such people with empathy, something that enables him/her to enter into their shoes. In doing so, the counselor helps the person to deal with some of the negative thoughts that they have. In some instances, “counseling” is used in describing all forms of talking therapies in general. They development of counseling experts often requires that one attends a counseling course... COUNSELING THEORY AND PRACTICE GROUP...
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Clinical Supervision Reflection and Action Plan
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...Supervision Reflection and Action Plan Introduction Clinical supervision has been in existence for a long period of time in the nursing field, though its use and critical application began in the early 1990’s with the support of the Nursing medical council. The practice has intensified with the concept being adopted in all fields of the medical world. Other fields have also embraced the concept of clinical supervision with a variation of the same though under a different name altogether. This paper is going to focus on the various aspects of clinical supervision. It will begin with a brief background of the concept. A definition of the concept will be provided for purposes of understanding... ?Clinical...
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Clinical supervision and reflections on practice
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...SUPERVISION AND REFLECTIONS ON PRACTICE CONTENTS Introduction Reflections and Supervision: Caring for the sick and elderly Conclusion References Introduction Reflective strategies are used to enhance professional observation of the work experience with others and it enhances clinical supervision. Reflection is a process of generating meaning from experiences by considering actions taken with the aim of improving upon future decision-making (Jasper, 2003). Reflective strategies help in identifying gaps in knowledge, skills and learning needs. Reflective strategies also help in analysing communication and relationships with colleagues... ?Bernhard Bierlich, Ph.D. 03.07.11 Completed: 23:59 CLINICAL...
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Adaptive Change in Law Enforcement Supervision
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...Supervision Adaptive Change in Law Enforcement Supervision BY YOU YOUR SCHOOL INFO HERE HEREAdaptive Change in Law Enforcement Supervision Heifetz defined adaptive change as a non-technical circumstance or activity that requires flexible thinking in order to manage the change. Adaptive change involves challenges when there are no simplistic solutions and when the organization must develop new strategies and different collective perspectives to promote positive changes. Adaptive change involves altering attitudes, behaviors, or long-standing values in order to be responsive to changing conditions within the organization. This theory runs under... ?RUNNING HEADER: Adaptive Change in Law Enforcement...
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Financial Regulation & Supervision. Andrews Bank case study
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...Supervision Introduction Regulation and supervision in the financial sector is one of the most studied and evaluated elements. In the past years, the world has witnessed several issues and problems related to lax regulation and supervision in the financial arena. This has led to the conundrum of liquidity and financial crisis. As a result, more stringent rules and regulations have been composed and enacted over the time period. In this day and age, when competition is fierce and opportunities are far and few between; cost levels are rising and people have expenses to meet; it becomes difficult for individuals to focus on ethical concerns and work in accordance with ethical... ?Financial Regulation &...
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Importance of supervision in the workplace
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...supervision in the workplace Since time immemorial, individual behaviors in the workplace have been determined by many divergent factors. One of the most important factors that control employees’ behavior is supervision (Reece 9). It is important to posit that workers tend to behave in different ways based on the availability or absence of supervision. This paper describes my personal observation on the behaviors of restaurant workers in Small World Restaurant, located near Fordham University, New York. This paper further illustrates how standards of behavior changes in a restaurant setting when effective strategies geared towards supervision are implemented. This small restaurant... Importance of...
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Supervision in the Criminal Justice Field
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...supervised by many bodies such as the courts, the representatives of the parole, the correction personnel and the law enforcement agencies. These groups... Criminal Justice System Introduction The criminal justice system is managed and controlled by stakeholders which are a collaborative team which is joining hands to work for the achievement of the goals set by the criminal justice system. The criminal justice system needs to be operated and managed by a team which understands its needs, aims and procedures. The criminal justice system is associated with many groups of people who assess its success and works for a positive change in the system. The criminal justice system may be controlled and supervise...
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Police Supervision and Management Complete Unit 3
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...Supervision and Management Complete Unit 3 Question Productivity is the ratio of theoutput volume to the input volume (Krugman, 1994). In a law enforcement agency, productivity refers to how well police serve citizens, and how well they utilize resources available to deliver services accordingly. In this regard, productivity measurement helps control police behavior and largely contributes to departmental success, as well as the overall performance of law enforcement agencies (Peak, Gaines, & Glensor, 2010,2004). To achieve these goals, productivity measurement is connected to some other parameters like efficiency,effectiveness, equity, and accountability as discussed below. Efficiency... Police...
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