Interpersonal and Consultant Supervision Skills: a clinical model, 3rd Edition
David W. Champagne, R. Craig Hogan, EdD David W. Champagne, PhD R. Craig HoganISBN: 0966769627;
This book uses Maslow's Human Motivation Theory, Jungian learning style, Communication theory, and Cogan's Clinical Supervision strategies to build a set of procedures for effective supervision of employees and professionals. It then teaches and gives practitioners chances to apply these skills in real organizations and systems. Words or Phrases: Supervision, Interpersonal Communications, Planning Skills. This book conceptualizes supervision of others as a series of interpersonal interactions between the supervisor and one or more supervisees. The individuals in a supervisory relationship must work within the rules of a system of procedures, rewards, and expectations in an organization. This book uses the Human Motivation Theory of Abraham Maslow, Carl Jung's Personality Types, Communication processes of Carl Rogers and Kurt Lewin, and Morris Cogan's Clinical Supervision strategies to suggest effective systems of supervision related to the organization mission and goals. The...
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