The Lift 004 | The Impact of Culture on Supervisory Relationships
This podcast describes the content in Chapter 4 The Impact of Culture on Supervisory Relationships. The content covers why it is critical for the supervisor to take an active role in developing their own culturally-responsive repertoires and how it is they who have the burden of creating a space that welcomes, values, and celebrates diversity. The podcast reviews several important characteristics and behaviors of a culturally-responsive supervisor. This podcast will review the 8 learning hot spots that provide opportunities for cultural learning and highlight how differences require constant evaluation and adjustment of skills and strategies used in supervisory interactions. Finally, the podcast explores some paths that supervisors can take on the journey to learn more about other cultures and increase their culturally-responsive supervisory practices.
What you’ll learn in the course and be able to do afterward
- Listeners will be able to identify at least 3 characteristics and behaviors of a culturally-responsive supervisor.
- Listeners will be able to identify at least 3 common learning hot spots for supervisors.
- Attendees will be able to identify at least 2 paths that supervisors can take toward increasing culturally-responsive supervisory practices.
This course is recommended for BCaBA, BCBA, and students of behavior analysis who will be or are currently receiving supervision.