Explain The Theoretical Approaches To Professional Supervision

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Evaluate theoretical approaches to professional supervision It is important that supervisions are conducted on a regular basis to promote the professional development of the staff member and to resolve any issues that the staff member may be facing whether that be in the work place or in their personal lives. Supervisions are used to monitor working performance and to ensure that the staff member is working within the regulations of the code of practice, local nand national policy guidance and the company polices and procedures. Supervisions give both the staff member and the supervisor the opportunity to build an effective, open relationship where experiences and guidance is used and shared to improve working performance. The supervision can also be used as a training model setting goals and targets for the staff member to reach. Therefore improving personal competence and performance. Supervisions are one of the main ways to improve staff morale and motivation which should hopefully lead to the consistent delivery of high quality services. There are three main types of supervision, a 1:1 supervision, group supervision and telephone supervision. Each type of supervision has its own strengths and weaknesses.…show more content…
By offering the staff member the opportunity to discuss what ever issues they are facing will allow the staff member and the manager to put a plan in place to increase the staff members performance and ensure that any further issues are noted. If the manager does not spot these indicators it could lead to serious issues in the way a client is supported and there could be safeguardings raised from the poor performance of the staff member. Explain how constructive feedback can be used to improve
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