Supervisory Relationships: Exploring the Human Element

About the Course:

This book teaches supervisors and supervisees to anticipate the workplace issues they may face and provides them with valuable insights about what really goes on in the supervisory relationship. Using a range of real-life examples, this book provides the opportunity for practical discussions on a wide array of supervision issues.

Author

Tamara L. Kaiser, Ph.D.

About the Author:

Tamara L. Kaiser, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Social Work at the College of St. Catherine, University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She is the chairperson of the NASW Women’s Issues Task Force and co-chair of the Professional Standard Committee of NASW/MSCSW. Her research interests include clinical supervision, chemical abuse and gender issues in families. Dr. Kaiser’s most recent publication is on spiritual aspects in the helping relationship, published in The Journal of Religion in the Social Sciences.

Course Objectives:

  1. to promote critical thinking on issues in supervision

  2. to examine the role of authority in supervisory relationships

  3. to explore dealing with dual relationships in supervision

  4. to give the human element in supervision a comprehensive, honest review

  5. to become a more effective supervisor or supervisee

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