Part of the Communicate to Make a Difference Series
The training consists of two modules. The first module introduces the Competing Values Framework and the associated supervisor roles. Each role is explained briefly, through simulated conversations with "real" supervisors.
The second module asks and answers the question, "What is mastery?" A number of self-assessment tools and interactive elements help you to chart your course to becoming the best supervisor you can be!
A blog is available at the end of the course, for you and other participants to share your experiences with the course and supervision in general!
Content for this course was adapted, with permission, from "Supervising New York State: A Framework for Excellence," written by Sue R. Faerman, Ph.D., Robert E. Quinn, Ph.D., Michael P. Thompson, Ph.D. and Michael R. McGrath, Ph.D. Copyright 1990 New York State Governor's Office of Employee Relations.
Please note: the book is not available outside of the New York State Governor's Office of Employee Relations.
After completing the course, the learner will be able to:
Public health professionals including nurses, physicians, health educators.
Originally launched August 2007.
It is estimated that the course takes three hours to complete.
The course is built to XHTML 1.1 specifications. A modern web browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox is required to view the pages.