SUPERVISION IN BEHAVIORAL HEALTHWe Must Be More Than Supervisors...
We Must Be Leaders
Friday, March 21
Sheraton Station Square, Pittsburgh
Supervision is crucial for professional development. It is essential to examine why supervisors can and must be effective leaders who create an alliance between themselves and their staff. The supervisor and staff must work together in support of the purpose, principles, and mission of their agency to improve services for their clients. During the keynote, Mike Morrison, PhD, the founder of a leadership consulting firm, will address the art and science of personal leadership – a powerful framework for bringing our best self and the best self in others to the workplace. There will also be workshops focusing on topics for leaders/supervisors including development of a supervisory model, balancing clinical and administrative supervision, and supervision needs for peer and recovery specialists. Participants should leave the conference with a greater understanding of the importance of providing and receiving effective supervision.
KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: Leading Through Meaning
Mike Morrison, PhD
Executive Consultant, Lean Leadership
Los Angeles, California
· The Reality of Supervision: Balancing Clinical and Administrative Supervision
· “I Love My Job!”: Leading with Compassion, Service, and Hope
· Effective Leadership Skills for Clinical Supervisors
· Supervision of Peer and Recovery Specialists
· Developing Your Model of Supervision
· Supervision and Trauma
For additional information or to receive a brochure, please contact Nancy Mundy at firstname.lastname@example.org or (412) 204-9090.