Inclusive Supervision in Student Affairs provides a new, action-oriented model that addresses what supervisors should do to create more inclusive environments for all staff and to help inform socially just practice. Grounded in theory and research and framed through the lens of continuous professional development and personal growth, this book helps Student Affairs professionals at all levels develop effective leadership skills that demonstrate multicultural competence. Providing a conceptual model and self-assessment tool to enhance professionals’ preparation for supervision, this book also helps readers reflect upon their own capacity to enact an inclusive supervisory approach through the use of case studies and end-of-chapter questions.

part I|2 pages

Overview of Inclusive Supervision

chapter Chapter 1|17 pages

Why Inclusive Supervision?

chapter Chapter 2|13 pages

Review of Literature and Theoretical Frameworks

part II|2 pages

The Four Tenets of Inclusive Supervision and Potential Barriers

chapter Chapter 4|17 pages

Creating Safe Spaces

chapter Chapter 5|12 pages

Cultivating Holistic Development

chapter Chapter 6|12 pages

Demonstrating Vulnerability

chapter Chapter 7|12 pages

Building Capacity in Others

chapter Chapter 8|11 pages

Barriers to Inclusive Supervision

part III|2 pages

Application and Reflection

chapter Chapter 9|16 pages

Inclusive Supervision in Action

Case Study Exploration and Analysis

chapter Chapter 10|29 pages

Additional Case Studies on Inclusive Supervision

chapter Chapter 11|12 pages

Theory to Practice