Impact processes and individual-related effects of peer group supervision
Peer group supervision is widely practiced in various domains – in companies, in social and in educational professions. Which effects can be achieved through peer group supervision and how could they be interpreted? A complex structure of influential factors lies behind the simple idea that professionals systematically offer consultation to one another in a group context. Moreover, the evaluation of a 15-month programme demonstrated that peer supervision can reduce work-related strain and enhance professional competences.
The book »Wirkprozesse und personenbezogene Wirkungen von kollegialer Beratung« by Dr. Kim-Oliver Tietze describes the background to peer group supervision from a scientific perspective. It is recommended reading for all practitioners, trainers and academics who are interested in theoretical foundations and empirical research on the effects of peer group supervision.
The book »Wirkprozesse und personenbezogene Wirkungen von kollegialer Beratung« written by Dr. Kim-Oliver Tietze was published by Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften and has been available since 2010. It has 283 pages and currently costs 69.99 € as paperback, as e-book from 49.99 € (ISBN 978-3531172248).
A very worth reading book for all those who want to understand more than just the process of collegial counselling and want to get to know the effects of this hopefully soon widespread method.
Conclusion: The book with the lengthy title provides new and complex insights from an expert on a seemingly simple methodology in comprehensible language.
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Reading this book will lead to a deeper understanding of peer group supervision and its effects, based on empirical findings and linked to theories.
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