Emotionally Intelligent Clinical Supervision Registration Form

Workshop Presentation

Emotionally Intelligent Clinical Supervision

In this session, clinical supervisors will learn how to be more emotionally intelligent and present during supervision. Research in psychology suggests that emotions play a critical role in learning and development.  Further, the clinical supervisor plays a key role in fostering the development of key emotional competencies important to professional practice in those individuals they coach and lead.

Presented by Dr Richard K. Ladyshewsky

Ph.D (Education), M.H.Sc. (Health Admin.), B.M.R.(Physical Therapy)

Professor, Curtin University, Faculty of Business and Law,

Leadership Coach (University of Victoria, Gustavson School of Business),

Fellow Curtin Academy and Higher Education Research Development Society of Australasia

Wednesday January 10th, 2018 from 2:30-5:00

Room 132 at 500 University Avenue

As a result, in this workshop participants will:

  1. Identify the key elements of ‘emotional intelligence’ (EI) and how it influences their practice as a clinical supervisor, coach and leader.
  2. Obtain a measure of their own emotional intelligence.
  3. Develop skills to manage their own emotions more skillfully using specific self-talk principles and mindfulness techniques.
  4. Be able to implement more positive psychological practices to their supervision, coaching and leadership.
  5. Recognise the role they play in fostering the development of key emotional competencies important to professional practice in those they lead, coach and supervise.

Richard is a Canadian trained physical therapist with a long association to clinical education and professional practice as a supervisor. He teaches in the area of organizational behaviour and managerial effectiveness and is most well known for his research on peer coaching as a model for enhancing professional development and clinical reasoning. He now resides in Victoria British Columbia where he works virtually with Curtin University in Australia and locally with the University of Victoria.  View his profile by accessing this link: https://staffportal.curtin.edu.au/staff/profile/view/Rick.Ladyshewsky