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About the Book
Being a Supervisor 1.0 is a must read for the first time or aspiring supervisor. Like an easy to follow cookbook, it provides recipes for the many skills necessary to be a successful supervisor, providing information useful in preparing to step into the supervisor’s role and fulfilling those duties on a daily basis. It is a useful tool for the experienced supervisor as a lens to assess his/her supervisory practices and a resource tool in coaching and mentoring less experienced supervisors.
About The Author
I retired in 2016 but am as busy as ever absent the responsibilities of senior leadership. Writing my book “Being a Supervisor 1.0” consumed a great deal of time in the months immediately following retirement. After that, and ongoing, much time was and still is dedicated to marketing my book including an occasional workshop across the US(and one in Africa) on all or a part of it.
I travel about the US and Canada monthly as a peer reviewer with the Council on Accreditation (COA) conducting accreditation/reaccreditation surveys for human services organizations committed to best practice service delivery.
My wife and I became foster parents, raising puppies for the Seeing Eye Foundation. We take a puppy into our home at about 7 weeks of age and raise him/her until about 17 months of age at which time the puppy returns to the Seeing Eye for formal training before being paired with a blind or visually impaired person. Happily, my wife and I get to enjoy time with our four young granddaughters often.
Since July of 2018 I joined the firm of Dennis C Miller (DCM): Experts in Nonprofit Leadership Search as a Senior Vice President for Recruitment. DCM also offers leadership and board development resources, training and consultation.
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Being a Supervisor 1.0
a Handbook for the New, Aspiring, and Experienced Supervisor