15 pages tagged with Supervision
Demonstrating fairness and respect
How supervisor fairness can lead to positive outcomes, such as increased job satisfaction, wellbeing and motivation.
How supervisors can support effective two-way communication between their staff.
Building effective relationships
How supervisors can build good relationships with their team members.
Acting as a role model
How supervisors can demonstrate high standards of professional behaviour and be a role model for staff.
Organisational support and processes
How chief constables can help supervisors to access effective and appropriate advice and support.
How chief constables can equip supervisors with the skills needed to support staff.
Culture and capacity
How chief constables can foster supervision that supports individual performance, learning and wellbeing.
Introduction to effective supervision
Who and what these evidence-based guidelines are for and how they were put together.
Supporting professional discretion in decision making
How supervisors can encourage their staff to use their professional judgement.
Supporting the delivery of good service
How leaders can support staff to deliver a good service.
How supervisors can support the wellbeing of their staff.
Supervisors play an important role supporting officers and staff who have been assaulted. They also need to be aware of any issues that might increase the chance of confrontation, or impact someone's wellbeing.
Being an effective supervisor – new guidelines
Being a PCSO supervisor