What Information We'll Cover

The supervisory relationship is one of the most critical connections in the career of a behavior analyst. Cultivating and growing these relationships is often et of skills that supervisors take for granted; however, research has indicated the importance of positive supervisory relationships repeatedly. In this lesson, strategies for creating effective relationships with supervisees/trainees are shared, including developing positive rapport, embracing culture in the supervisory process, and delivering high-quality, functional feedback to enhance performance. With the understanding that we often will end up in disagreements with supervisees/trainees (or be responsible for moderating disagreements between employees), this course will also provide strategies to prevent conflicts in organizations, and a process for handling them when conflict inevitably occurs.
Purchase This Course (3.5 Supervision CEs for $35)

The Details

SUP1006 - 3.5 Learning (Supervision) CEs

Shannon Biagi, MS, BCBA
DURATION: 2 hours, 55 minutes
Post-training Quiz and Video Completion
Asynchronous online course with videos

Chief Motivating Officers, LLC (OP-19-3170)

Closed Captioning available.

After this course, participants will be able to:

Objectives - What We'll Accomplish During This Course

  • Identify the difference between rapport building and positive feedback delivery

  • Select strategies to establish cultural competency and humility in supervision

  • Determine the differences between appreciation, coaching, and evaluative feedback

  • Identify issues in feedback delivery that can impact relationships with supervisees/trainees

  • Select examples of high-quality feedback receipt

  • Determine effective strategies for mitigating and managing conflicts in supervision

Course Outline

  • 01


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    • SUP1006 Syllabus

    • Pre-course Check-in

    • Optional: Download and Complete SUP1006 - Fillable Guided Notes

  • 02


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    • Sup Essentials 7: Part 1 - Developing Positive Rapport

    • Sup Essentials 7: Part 2 - Culture and Relationships

    • Sup Essentials 7: Part 3 - Functional Feedback

    • Sup Essentials 7: Part 4 - Issues in Feedback Delivery

    • Sup Essentials 7: Part 5 - Feedback Myths

    • Sup Essentials 7: Part 6 - Conflict in Supervision

    • Sup Essentials 7: Part 7 - Managing Conflicts

    • Sup Essentials 7: Part 8 - Handling "People" Issues

    • Sup Essentials 7: Part 9 - Resolving the Conflict

  • 03


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    • Harvard's Implicit Association Tests

    • Receiving Feedback - BARS

    • Analyzing Identity and Its Impacts on Conflicts

  • 04

    Complete the Course

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    • SUP1006 - Completion Quiz

    • Post-Training Survey