9 questions speech pathology practice owners and supervisors should ask employees in one-to-one supervision sessions:
- If we could improve in any way, how would we do it?
- What’s the number one problem with our practice? Why?
- What’s not fun about working here?
- Who’s doing a great job? Whom do you admire?
- If you were me, what changes would you make?
- What don’t you like about our services for clients?
- What’s the biggest opportunity we’re missing out on?
- What are we not doing that we should be doing?
- Are you happy working here?
Source: Horowitz, B. (2014). The Hard Thing About Hard Things. Harper Collins, NY, NY.
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