Supervision Of Direct Practice And Clinical Supervision

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improve the quality of service, increase worker productivity, stimulate innovation, and improve the personal relationship among staff and administrators. Therefore the supervisory process explained by Lewis: providing encouragement and support for the supervisee and providing prompt and objective feedback designed to enhance the supervisee’s professional development. The Director at my internship, Ms. Sloan, stated” she strives to be a leader rather than a boss” She wants to instill trust and support to her team and she feels the only way to obtain trust is to be consistent. She believes that providing supervision to her staff monthly or more is extremely important. She feels supervision is a good sounding board for allowing employees to received feedback, voice their concerns and talk about effective strategies to use regarding clientele caseload. She also feels supervision must have a clinical component to allow staff to process experiences with clients, " so that traumatic events won 't kill the soul". Lewis listed clinical supervision of direct practice and clinical supervision of continued learning. The conceptualization makes it clear that although clinical supervision differs from administrative supervision, it still takes place in and must attend to the larger organizational environment ( Lewis, Packard& Lewis, 2012,p. 144). Organizational Theory Lewis discusses three prominent classical theories of organizations: bureaucracy, scientific management, and Universal management principles. Max Weber saw how the rational-legal bureaucracy played a major role in organizations. During that time it was viewed as effective to use philosophical ideals of clearly to define objectives and hierarchical ... ... middle of paper ... in structural holes provide an individual with three primary benefits: more unique and timely access to information, greater bargaining power and thus control over resources and outcomes, and greater visibility and career opportunities through- out the social system. To date, the role of the proposed explanatory processes–access to information, bargaining control, and referral have not been empirically examined. (Seibert, Kraimer, & Liden, p. 221). If agencies partner with other businesses social capital can increase regarding sharing a common interest in an unfamiliar world for the greater good of mankind. Chidserv explored different options and revised their vision and strategic plan. The organization was transformed through theoretical models approach to enhance the company, which has been promoted the agency from a level 3 performing agency to a level two.
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