|Leadership: Does the Rest of the World Look Like a Nail?
Diane Sherman, Ph.D., NCAC-II
Leadership training has been a neglected part of a clinician’s professional growth particularly within the substance abuse profession. Some estimates about substance abuse treatment centers suggest clinical supervisors spend fifty percent of their time in supervisory functions for which they have little or no training. Consequences of inadequate training and mentoring lead to burn-out, errors in supervision, generational inadequacy, misguided employment and personnel practices, and staff turnover. This course will look at effective leadership responsibilities. The student will have an opportunity to design an action plan.
This four week course requires 8 hours of work over its duration.
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