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Supervising Successful Teams
Presenter: Rebecca Ashery PhD, LCSW-C, Leader-Manager Coach
This webinar offers 3 Interactive Continued Education Hours
Silos are out and teams are in! Whether within organizations or across organizations teams are the future in working to improve client services and tackle community issues. Why are some teams successful and why do some teams fail? Just bringing a group of smart people together does not guarantee a successful outcome. What are the conditions that make a successful team and what are the obstacles and dysfunctions that contribute to their failure? How does one go about choosing the “right” people that should participate on the team? How does one manage team conflict? What are some of the complications in supervising teams? This webinar will examine those questions and help the supervisor establish and navigate successful teams.
(Trainer, Rebecca Ashery PhD, LCSW-C, Leader-Manager Coach, is a former captain in the United States Public Health Service Commissioned Corps serving over 25 years in various leadership and management positions. She directed two regions of the Federally Qualified Health Center Program (FQHC) with a combined budget of $500 million. She served as the Deputy Director of the Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Initiative breaking down agency silos and using a coordinated team approach. As Director of the HIV/AIDS Training program she directed the development of 15 courses training more than 20,000 substance abuse workers and administrators. She was instrumental in establishing the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention staff college and mentoring program. She currently has a psychotherapy and a coaching practice.)