Supervision: Relationships and Structures that Help us Thrive
This is an online event. We will send login information two days before the event, so please make sure you enter your email correctly.
Registration for this event is offered on a sliding scale. If your personal or organizational budget allows you to, please consider paying the full fee so we can keep registration accessible for leaders and organizations who may not be in the same position. Greater access strengthens us all!
Supervision is both a structure and a relational practice that keeps us accountable and helps us grow. When supervision goes wrong, our work suffers, and so do we. When we supervise in a way that breaks with narratives and habits from the dominant culture, we open the door to mutual flourishing.
In this online workshop, you will:
Explore where dominant culture ideas of supervision come from and how these narratives replicate oppression.
Develop and rethink your own approach to supervision, with a focus on two key skills: setting expectations and giving feedback.
Think critically about supervisorial systems at your own organization and craft one authentic commitment on how you will shift supervision practices.
Reflect on your power and privilege as a supervisor.
This is a space for people who work at nonprofit organizations and / or in social justice movement spaces who are new to supervision or who want to re-envision their approach to supervision.
This is a multi-day event. Please make sure you can attend all dates before registering! Before registering, make sure you are familiar with our cancellation policy.
Accessibility is very important to us! If you require specific accommodations (for example, receiving screen-reader friendly versions of learning materials ahead of time), please notify us at least a week in advance of the scheduled event by emailing email@example.com) so that we can do our best to meet your needs. Closed captioning and ASL interpretation is not provided unless requested.
Day 1: April 14 (9:30am to 12:30pm PST)
Day 2: April 15 (9:30am to 12:30pm PST)
Day 1: May 11 (9:30am to 12:30pm PST)
Day 2: May 13 (9:30am to 12:30pm PST)
Day 1: June 8 (9:30am to 12:30pm PST)
Day 2: June 10 (9:30am to 12:30pm PST)
Day 1: June 22 (9:30am to 12:30pm PST)
Day 2: June 24 (9:30am to 12:30pm PST)