Effective supervision in a variety of settings
Putting effective supervision into practice: Supervisors
It is recognised that you may be both a supervisee and a supervisor. Check the recommendations at the beginning of this guide and if you have not already done so, read through the section on the foundations of effective supervision practice, especially those parts concerned with reflection, critical thinking and managing performance. Then ask yourself the following questions.
- What leadership qualities do I have?
- How do I define supervision?
- What makes for good supervision?
- What outcomes do I expect from supervision and do these align with what my supervisees expect?
- Is my practice knowledge up to date and relevant to the specific populations of people with whom my supervisees are working?
- Am I familiar with current research on supervision and current practice?
All SCIE resources are free to download, however to access the following downloads you will need a free MySCIE account:
- Effective supervision in a variety of settings
- Service user and carer involvement in the supervision of health and social care workers: seminar report
- Practice enquiry into supervision in a variety of adult care settings where there are health and social care practitioners working together
- Narrative summary of the evidence review on supervision of social workers and social care workers in a range of settings including integrated settings