“Recent evidence to improve the implementation of evidence-based supervision has focused on new training initiatives for staff. While training of staff is important to advance skills and knowledge about these practices, training can be very limited. Organizational strategies are needed to sustain the effort in evidence-based supervision. This article focuses on seven strategies.”
Sections of this article include:
- What is all the hoopla about?
- Strategies at the organizational level/completing the skill building-
- Strategy 1: Build capacity through an organizational plan and structure that supports and sustains the implementation of evidence-based practices and quality supervision;
- Strategy 2: Build capacity through revised Mission that focuses on the changes related to RNR supervision;
- Strategy 3: Build capacity by planning for change in key areas;
- Strategy 4: Build Resiliency through internal supports and learn the skills, practice the skills.;
- Strategy 5: Build Resiliency Through Improvements in Work Processes;
- Strategy 6: Collaborate with agencies toward a common goal of improving offender outcomes and promoting public safety; and
- Strategy 7: Build resiliency by altering offender involvement in key decisions; and conclusion.