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Responsibility, Authority, and Delegating for Supervisors
Working to match authority with responsibility can be done by first understanding the meaning of responsibility and authority. Janis Allen, BA
But I Didn’t Know I Had the Authority
Wednesday, 20 May 2020 by Janis Allen
When the charge nurse was asked why he didn’t send the patient to the ICU room earlier, he replied, “I didn’t know I had the authority.”
Guiding the Role of the RBT®
Wednesday, 31 Mar 2021 by Victoria German
Your most important role as a supervisor is to get results for your clients, offering them optimal opportunities to improve their quality of life. As experts in the science of behavior analysis, you can get results by maximizing and supporting your most important asset—your people.
Operant Innovations 011 | 3 Quick Leadership Tips | Janis Allen
Janis Allen answers three burning questions regarding leadership skills (1) what do people think when they see you coming, (2) is there a recognition blackhole, and (3) should we use the sandwich method?
Operant Innovations 006 | I Didn't Know I had the Authority | Janis Allen
Janis Allen briefly discusses how changing the way we practice employee feedback and expectations can increase productivity and morale.
Kelly Therrien on Viewpoint with Seeta and Friends
Learn more about human behavior with Kelly Therrien in a recent interview on Viewpoint with Seeta and Friends from February 2, 2019.
From Boo-Hiss to Bravo: Performance Scorecards People Will Use and Like
… (2) is there a recognition blackhole, and (3) should we use the sandwich method? For more from Janis Allen on leadership, delegating, authority, employee engagement, and goal setting listen now! Listen Now! Image Janis Allen $24.99 BUY NOW! … with additional tips to assess and inspire employee motivation. View CE ACE Approved CE: Responsibility, Authority, and Delegating for Supervisors Instructor: Janis Allen Time: 1 hour, 46 minutes Credit: 2.0 BACB Instructor: Janis Allen …
Intro to OBM: Interview with Kelly Therrien
Tuesday, 23 Apr 2019 by Kelly Therrien, MS, BCBA
In clinical organizations, most Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) work as program coordinators or clinical directors. Rather than working with clients “in-the-chair,” BCBAs supervise others doing the work. Developing programs and training staff might be old hat, but managing and engaging staff and families—long term—requires new skills.