Supervision as Collaboration in the Human Services
Building a Learning Culture
- Michael J. Austin - University of California, Berkeley, USA
- Karen Hopkins - University of Maryland-Baltimore
This book is not too convoluted and is very suitable for people managing professionals
Several of the students stated that they were able to comprehend the supervision relationship from this text. Easy to read and straight to the point.
One of the critical area of social work is supervision at all level for professional training and practice
Good introduction to Team approaches.
Excellent book, but somewhat more advanced than needed for introductory undergrad course on intro to supervision.
This book is very comprehensive. It is informative and provides helpful guidance.
Recommended by colleague and enjoyed the book
A very comprehensive resource, dealing with a variety of settings. Students on this course are experienced in many areas of social care, so this source offers something of interest on the topic of supervision in a way that appeals to them, while also facilitating a greater understanding of what effective supervision should be, and how to provide it.