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Wearing the Supervisor’s Hat: Management in Recovery Work
One of the most important things in recovery work (and one of the most important boundaries) is supervision. What does it take to be a good manager of others? What does it take to be a good manager in peer-services? A new to intermediate training on the principles of “servant leadership.” Servant leadership is a model of management and supervision that is uniquely well-suited to recovery work. Join us to refresh your skills!
Learning Objectives, training participants will be able to:
• Understand the paramount role of supervision in recovery settings.
• Know the boundaries of supervision and define the limits of our lane.
• Define supervision as servant leadership.
• Develop working knowledge of the ABCs of servant leadership:
A. clear goals,
C. motivational listening.
• Understand the essentials boundaries between guests, volunteers, staff, supervisors, Executive
Directors, and board members.
• Understand the supervisors obligation to set a positive culture.
• Create their own supervision culture statement.
• Use their motivational interviewing skills in listening and providing resources to their staff.
• Know where to find the answers for detailed questions from their Executive Director.
• Gain real world understanding through role play and case studies of supervision in recovery
• Gain understanding of leadership styles
• Develop understanding for the importance of workplace rules
• Students will develop a simple introductory understanding of the specialized boundaries of
supervising in a clinical setting
Peter Espenshade will lead this training on Zoom. All are welcome.
A program of VAMHAR
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Montpelier, VT 05602
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