Skip to Content

Comprehensive, Culturally Approriate, and Competency-Based Workforce Development.

CWDS Curriculum

Strength-Based Supervision: A Tool for Retaining Competent Staff

Level: Advanced Practice – Supervisors

Credits: 6

Intended Audience: This course is intended for supervisors and managers who are interested in developing strength based supervision knowledge and skills, including implementing key retention strategies in their regular supervisory capacity

Intended Objectives:

  • Understand the importance of effective supervision in promoting staff retention
  • List essential components of strength based supervision
  • Understanding the importance of building staff relationships
  • Demonstrate how to be effective in building staff skills

Topics Include:

  • Addressing Parallel Process in Strength Based Supervision
  • How one’s own cultural identity impacts supervision style
  • Assessing Your Own Strength Based Practice Skills
  • Practicing skills of strength based supervision

CalSWEC Competencies Addressed:

8.1 Supervisor demonstrates an understanding of the roles/responsibilities of a leader/manager to plan and develop systems that address diversity of staff and client populations.

8.3 Supervisor understands how leader/managers use the collaborative process for the purpose of planning, formulating policy and implementing services.

8.5 Supervisor can demonstrate knowledge of how organizational structure and culture affect service delivery, worker productivity and morale.

ASFA Outcomes Addressed:

  • Fairness and Equity
Posted In:


Back To Top

Some files may require the download of plugins and other third party software to view

Download Adobe Acrobat DC PDF Viewer (opens in a new window) To view word documents use Microsoft Word viewer online (opens in a new window) To view Excel workbooks or sheets use Microsoft Excel viewer online (opens in a new window) To view Power Point slide use Power Point online (opens in a new window)
Back To Top