Leadership Skills: Having Difficult Conversations

Leadership Skills: Having Difficult Conversations

Dr. Ellie Kazemi, California State University, Northridge

Although supervision is extremely important for the provision of high quality and effective services, specialized training for it lags way behind. For example, a supervisor’s primary means of improving their supervisee’s skills is through ongoing performance evaluation and feedback. However, most supervisors report that they feel uncomfortable giving corrective feedback. In this talk, I will provide practical tips for giving tough feedback.

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