Embracing Vulnerability in Leadership: Lead to Empower in Supervision With ACT
Course 1: Embracing Vulnerability in Leadership
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) uses the scientific principles of learning to make socially significant changes in behavior. However, supervising or overseeing a company’s ABA services adds additional responsibility to be courageous leaders. Embracing vulnerability is key when working through the process of change as a supervisor and requiring a change in those you supervise. Words matter and hold power when you are in a position of authority and influence. This presentation describes how ACT core processes are used to make a connection with staff and parents when supervising and how “empathy” and “choice” are critical to values-based change to lead and empower others. Participants will also learn strategies on “trust building” and its role in maintaining a connection with those they supervise. Examples and video roleplay, along with inventories, will be provided.
- Attendees will be able to identify values and action-based behaviors
- Attendees will be able to guide staff and parents on how to lead with values during conflict
- Attendees will be able to identify and use the three C’s of Empathy in Action
- Attendees will be able to identify and use the ABC’s of Resolution and Transformation
After registering for this recorded webinar, you will be added to a “course” in ABA Tech Academy’s learning management system. You will receive an email with instructions to log into the system.
*Note: Each recorded webinar will have its own course, so if you registered for all six webinars, you will be invited to six courses.