4.24 Reason #6: Responsible Supervision Part 2

Consider the following example: A supervisor presents an opportunity for her supervisee to write a behavior plan for reducing non-compliance. The supervisor states that a residential unit director has frequently been observed responding to the residents’ defiance with lectures about how they “ought to know better” and how their noncompliance “messes up everyone’s schedule.”

Two women sitting at a table and writing in a notebook while demonstrating responsible supervision.
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