The Art of Supervision Training Series
Attend this interactive training series to learn more about the art of supervision and challenges encountered daily at work. Most of us do not choose the team members we supervise. We inherit them when we get hired or they are sent to be a part of our team by human resources. As a supervisor, sometimes we inherit people that have been in their position for a long time and are just waiting to retire and sometimes we are sent team members with little or no experience and tons of questions. Middle management level supervisors are "sandwiched." Your challenge is to share the messages and directives from the top with the members of your team and motivate them to get everything done by the deadline. Attend this workshop to learn about how to cope with these challenges in today's workplace.
Supervision Part 1 – Teamwork & Leadership Skills for Supervisors
What are the key supervision principles that increase teams achieving outcomes? Attend this interactive, virtual training to learn more about characteristics of effective leaders and teamwork principles leading to achieving outcomes.
This is an interactive workshop, so we recommend that you login into the zoom meeting using a laptop, desktop, or device that has a camera, mic, and speakers which will allow you to share your video and be visible and interact with the other attendees.
Applied for 2 CEUs.
Presenter: Sharon Delvisco, DSW, RSW, MSW has over 30 years of experience. Sharon enjoys advocating for people with disabilities. She has provided supported employment, supported living, community connections, mentoring, behavior and life skills support for people with all abilities, their families and the agencies that provide services to live in the community. She believes all people should be supported to live the lifestyle of their choice in the community. “Separate is not equal” is the guiding principle for all her work and advocacy efforts in the human services field. Sharon is an advisor for the Louisiana People First Northshore Chapter self-advocacy group. She has experience organizing, facilitating, and developing training for people with disabilities, their families and the agencies that provide community-based services. She has planned conferences, events, facilitated board retreats, developed and provided training in a variety of locations. She has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of New Orleans and a master’s degree in social work from Southern University at New Orleans. Sharon received her doctorate in Social Work Innovation from USC School of Social Work. Sharon is employed as a Training and Course Development Associate with Team Dynamics, LLC.
Who do I call with any questions? Contact Team Dynamics at 985-624-3514.
What's the refund policy?
We do not offer refunds, but you can transfer your registration to another person. Contact Team Dynamics at 985-624-3514.