Tending to Your Tree - Cultivating Your Continued Growth as a Supervisor
Building and Sustaining Effective and Meaningful Relationships as a Supervisor and Mentor Chapter 3 part 3 of 3
Understanding Past and Current Supervisory and Mentored Relationships
The wise behavior analyst will determine for themselves which skills in their behavior analytic or supervisory skill set still need refining. An independent practicing professional needs to be active in seeking out personal and professional development opportunities and arranging situations in which the right people provide influence.
What skills are missing or not yet as strong as you'd like?
What skills would directly improve your supervisees' or trainees' experiences?
What topics interest you?
What resources (past supervisors, mentors, articles, workshops) can help you acquire these skills?
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