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Beyond Business: How to Lead a Trauma-Informed Supervision Meeting

  • Wellbeing
  • Webinar
  • 1 CE Hour

Description

One-on-one supervision meetings or check-ins are an integral part of any healthy supervisor-employee relationship. It provides time for staff to share concerns, and for supervisors to provide advice, mentorship, and feedback. However, most supervisors are ill-equipped to lead these meetings, which can often lead to a discussion which feels more like an interrogation than an important opportunity to connect with one’s superior.

In this training session, we’ll discuss the difference between supervision meetings and staff counseling sessions, and how to conduct both from a trauma-informed, empathetic perspective.

Presenters

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Keri Black Director of Wauseon Public Library

Keri Black is the director of Wauseon Public Library. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English-Writing from Adrian College and a Master of Liberal Studies from the University of Toledo. Keri has 10+ years of community services experience, with an emphasis on trauma prevention, intervention, and education. Keri has over 6 years of experience in community services leadership roles, including: project coordinator, program manager, department director, event organizer, and agency leader.

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