It ensures that professional standards are maintained and that procedures and policies of an organization adhere. The needs are also embraced by staff support, and it’s supported by learning from reflective practice and experience, distribute better outcomes through exploring and discussing new ideas, improve problem solving skills.
Supervision involves making the time and developing the practical structure to give support to staff. This is done by using different method during formal and informal supervision.
A professional relationship is a person with particular understanding and skill takes responsibility and answerability for the work performance of the person being supervised the supervisee. People require care and support often say that services are only as good as the person delivering it. Successful supervision benefits the worker their managers their organisation and the people being supported.