Supervision Using a Coaching Model
February 2, 2023
9:00 am-12:00 pm
Supervision is one of the most impactful ways you can shape a staff member’s experiences with an organization and their professional trajectory. Impactful supervisors cultivate a range of tools in their toolkit to coach and empower staff while holding them accountable; model behaviors that align with organizational culture; and ensure compliance with trusted and leading HR practices. This workshop will help you broaden and strengthen your supervisory skills and get you excited about the transformative relationships you can cultivate with team members!
In this workshop, participants will learn:
- Strategies to develop clear expectations for staff;
- Strategies to support them in meeting and exceeding those expectations;
- Skills to discern the best supervisory approach to use with staff;
- Strategies to navigate unique supervisory scenarios, such as co-supervision or team supervision; and
- The importance of documentation in a supervisory relationship.
This workshop is interactive and designed for nonprofit leaders who have a supervisory role or want to grow into a supervisory role. While the workshop is free, registration is required. The session will be held in-person at the Greater New Orleans Foundation’s Center for Philanthropy (919 St. Charles Ave.) on Tuesday, February 2nd from 9:00am-12:00pm. Click here to register.
Meet Your Facilitator:
Nancy Fournier, PhD
Nancy Fournier, PhD has over thirty years of experience in juvenile justice, youth development, the arts, and social entrepreneurship in nonprofit, public sector, academic, and think tank settings. She has been a consultant to governmental and nonprofit organizations since 2004, focusing on executive coaching, strategic planning, performance management, staff task analysis, senior level recruitment, and board development and training.