December 23, 16
Supervising Multiple Generations From a Business Perspective
Supervising Multiple Generations from a Business Perspective
(Graduate interns, assistants, fellows and licensed speech-language pathologists)
This course is designed for Speech Language Pathologists who supervise others.
It focuses on meeting the challenges of supervising employees of all ages.
April 27th 8:30am-3:30pm
Registration and check in time 8-8:30
Angela Mandas, MA-CCC, Speech-Language Pathologist
Earn 0.6 hours of ASHA CEUs
Angela Mandas MA-CCC is a licensed and certified speech language pathologist. Her background is in medical speech language pathology as well as teaching others to supersede her in growth as a professional. She has worked at Long Beach Memorial Medical Center for 19 years, Precision Rehabilitation for 10 years and Chapman University for 7 years. She is the Clinical Fieldwork Coordinator and Adjunct Faculty at Chapman University. When she is not at Chapman University, she cooks to relieve stress and volunteers at Brain Rehabilitation and Injury Network (BRAIN) and golfs with her husband.
Angela Mandas MA-CCC is paid an honorarium for teaching this course on supervision.
This 6 hour course will cover the differences in the generations and how it impacts our productivity and work ethic. The generational differences challenge the supervisor on how to manage a supervisee who may be older or younger in terms of providing feedback, the use of technology for communication, the lack of acceptance of being a marginal supervisee and conflict in opinion. Delivering feedback that is not pleasant but constructive enables the supervisor to flex and stretch in ways in order to grow professionally. Applying tips from the business world, the course will look at supervising as a gift you give to the profession and how growth occurs within the supervisor.
Speech Language Development Center
8699 Holder Street, Buena Park, CA 90620
8:00am registration / workshop 8:30am-3:30pmby