This screencast is part of my new book + video course, “How to Supervise Speech Pathologists Properly in Private Practice”. Learn more about it here.
I wrote the book for speech pathologists in private practice who wanted to improve their supervision of staff. It covers professional, functional, workflow and private practice competencies. It also looks at strategic projects, training and development, and team communications.
It reviews supervision approaches and discusses calibrating supervision to each employee including star employees, weaker performers, perfectionists, part-time employees, and mobile, distributed and remote teams.
In this screencast, I go over why you should supervise your staff properly, an overview of how you go about doing that, and outcomes for staff, your practice and the profession.
If you enjoyed this screencast, check out my new book + video course, “How to Supervise Speech Pathologists Properly in Private Practice”.
It’s 210-pages of theory and practice on fundamental topics like how to supervise, how to create a hospitable environment, how to stop micromanaging and how to supervise employees with different competencies and skills.
It also includes supervision templates and forms we use in our clinic and over 4 hours of screencasts providing step-by-step training on how to run a supervision session with employees of different levels of experience and competence; and how to design and implement a supervision system that works.
Click here to learn more, or subscribe below for a free chapter sample.
Hi there, I’m David Kinnane.
Principal Speech Pathologist, Banter Speech & Language
Our talented team of certified practising speech pathologists provide unhurried, personalised and evidence-based speech pathology care to children and adults in the Inner West of Sydney and beyond, both in our clinic and via telehealth.