Group Supervision is always centered on developing people with a specific focus on achieving better outcomes. 

 

Group Supervision involves using a group setting to enable members to reflect on their work. By pooling skills, experience, and knowledge, the supervision aims to improve the skills and capacity of both individuals and the group.

 

Group Supervision is different than a Team Meeting - the group is run by a qualified Supervisor, who takes a neutral position and focuses purely on the group process and desired outcome.

 

The long-term benefits group supervision can achieve are:

  • Increased job satisfaction
  • Improved team communication
  • Lower stress levels and better ability to cope with challenging circumstances
  • Reduced self-doubt about the ability to act in practice
  • Increased self-awareness and sense of professional identity leading to reduced anxiety
  • More positive relationships with service users, clients, and other businesses.

 

Sharing in a group setting:

  • Can give each team member an increased sense of support by realising others have similar concerns
  • To find new and better ways of dealing with their situations by listening to others
  • To explore different ideas about how to solve problems by obtaining a range of feedback from others about issues and concerns.
  • Provides a safe environment where individuals can discuss their limitations and problems without criticism - some may find that they are more confident about opening up in a group than in a one-to-one situation.

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