Supervision As Collaboration In The Human Services: Building A Learning Culture
Supervision as Collaboration in the Human Services: Building a Learning Culture
Supervision as Collaboration in the Human Services: Building a Learning Culture integrates the latest thinking in the human services to provide supervisors and those preparing to become supervisors with a new approach to the important skills and knowledge needed for effective practice in the 21st century. While it builds upon past efforts to define the principles and practices of supervision in the human services, it seeks to chart new territory that reflects the changing nature of organizational life. Supervision as Collaboration in the Human Services uses a framework that features the key aspects of a learning culture, the process of organizational learning, and the roles that supervisors can play in transforming traditional human service organizations into learning organizations.
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|Michael J. Austin, Karen M. Hopkins
|SAGE Publications, Inc
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