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Supervision Across Generations Workshop- April 9, 2018

Supervision Across Generations Workshop- April 9, 2018
Supervision Across Generations
Presenter: Stacy Simera, MSSA, LISW-S, SAP

The current workforce is comprised of multiple generations: Veterans, Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials. Supervisors can improve their effectiveness by recognizing the unique needs, work habits, communication styles, motivating factors, and professional preferences of each generation. This workshop will explore the literature on supervising across generations and provide usable tools that can be applied in social service agencies.
 


COURSE OBJECTIVES
  • Identify common workplace characteristics of 4 primary generations: Veterans, Baby Boomers, Generation X and Millennials.
  • Understand professional needs of each generation and common reasons for job turnover.
  • Recognize ways to adapt supervision elements to better meet the needs of each generation.
  • Recognize the role of cultural competence in effective supervision.
  • Identify resources available to supervisors.
PRESENTER
Stacy Simera is an independently licensed social worker with supervision designation.  She provides therapy at Kent Psychological Associates, teaches part-time at Case Western Reserve University, conducts workshops for the Ohio Child Welfare Training Program, and facilitates psychoeduational programming at the Oak Clinic for Multiple Sclerosis. In addition Stacy serves on the Board of Directors for NASW Ohio, chairs the Sleep Committee for the Ohio Adolescent Health Partnership, and serves as Communications Director for the national non-profit Start School Later. Stacy was named 2014 Ohio Social Worker of the Year by NASW and was subsequently honored by the Ohio Senate.

 
 
April 9, 2018
12:30 pm to 4:00 pm

Medina Hospital Cleveland Clinic
Conference Center Entrance A

1000 East Washington Street
Registration opens at 12:00 pm
$30 Registration Fee

 
3 CEUs in supervision approved for counselors, social workers and marriage and family therapists through the State of Ohio CSWMFT Board.

* An ethics workshop is being offered in the morning.  Please see Ethics Event for further details and registration.