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Supervision Philosophy for RD Training SU18

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Sara Klein

on 16 October 2018

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Transcript of Supervision Philosophy for RD Training SU18

Bureaucracy vs. Postmodernism
specialization
chain of command
staying in line
centralization
impersonality
manage people
say what they think others want to hear
controlled and structured
red tape
formal, written communication
Supervision Basics
professional development
Provide it!
Have a professional development plan
Share your resume
Encourage conference attendance, presenting, publishing
Campus Involvement
Research specifics unique to your staff member's goals
Role model it!
Be a good supervisee
Today's Session
My Framework: Bureaucracy vs. Postmodernism
Supervision Basics
Setting Expectations
Giving Feedback
Professional Development
How to Be a Good Supervisee
Questions

Setting Expectations
have systems, policies and procedures documented and share this information
don't assume people know the rules
update and discuss job descriptions often
give staff a blank evaluation form in your first meeting
set group expectations within each team
The Supervision Blueprint
networked group of diverse, self-managed teams
flat structure; employees empowered to control work
information flows freely
always chaotic, never static
supervisors lead people to achieve their own potential
honest and open communication
shared decision-making
efficiency
get to know the people
set clear expectations and follow them
challenge your staff
be confident, but not too confident
give and seek feedback appropriately and often
be a role model
delegate and participate
be organized and responsive
trust, support, and empower
hold staff accountable
Giving Feedback
be specific; give examples
behavior vs. personality
do not blame
offer a solution
be timely and relevant
be sensitive
don't apologize
be enthusiastic
take time for yourself
ask if you don't know
question appropriately
be honest
do what you say you will
do your homework
be organized
meet deadlines
share up
keep me aware (with a filter)
TAKE INITIATIVE
MAKE WORK FUN!
Sara Klein, Ph.D.
Assistant Vice President
Student Affairs
Thank you.
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