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This workshop meets the Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners requirements for Supervision
This workshop will build on Kadushin’s Major Functions of Supervision through the development of action plans and use of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator as a tool for supervision. Content covered will explore the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and its relationship to the accomplishment of the three major functions of supervision. The focus of the workshop will be to learn and apply new strategies to enhance effective communication skills, team building, run productive meetings, resolve conflicts, and manage supervision tasks while identifying and celebrating differences. Ethical issues that present in the supervisory role will be addressed. Creative activities and handouts will enhance learning by providing opportunities for participants to develop skills, strategies, and action plans to apply the