Staff Supervision Series: Gracefully Dealing with Common Supervision Challenges - December 11, 2013
Wednesday, December 11, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Series: Staff Supervision (Management TOT) QSA 7
This series is designed for Site Coordinators, Directors, and Executive Directors who have already participated in the staff supervision series as cohort members or dropins. The series will meet from 9am-1pm on Wednesdays (see dates in original email). Lunch will be served. Participants who attend all meetings will receive up to 10 hours of direct coaching to further support implementation of their program goals.
The series will support seasoned managers in their ability to train their own staff on critical programmatic areas including youth development, youth leadership, curriculum development, behavior guidance, etc. Content will map to the Curriculum series, using topics from that series to help supervisors understand the systems, resources and strategies to better support staff in, for example, skill building, schoolday alignment, and youth-centered programming. This series will also introduce participants to the ASAPConnect Framework for Effective Technical Assistance Delivery.
Gracefully Dealing with Common Supervision Challenges, QSA 7 - This workshop will delve into topics such as what to do if a staff person isn't working out, managing up, managing veteran staff, giving constructive criticism, and conducting staff performance reviews.
When & Where
Department of Children, Youth and Their Families
About the Facilitator
Sangita Kumar is a results-based organizational development consultant and a skilled trainer dedicated to the empowerment of individuals and our communities. Her work over the past 10 years has allowed her to interact with a wide variety of organizations in business and non-profit sectors in the US and internationally. Sangita’s experience with these organizations ranges from coaching, staffing, professional development, strategic planning, program design, program management and mentoring. After 7 years of direct service in grassroots organizations and after-school programs, Sangita became a trainer and youth development specialist for the Community Network for Youth Development. In this role she developed expertise creating positive learning environments for afterschool professionals, studying the areas of youth development, behavior management, curriculum design, and youth empowerment. She has designed and led over 300 training workshops and specializes in applying youth development theory in program design and programmatic quality improvements. Her combination of business management skills and passion for learning and change allow her to move flexibly and efficiently amongst diverse organizations. In 2010 Sangita completed a Masters Degree in Organizational Development and became a Certified Life Coach.