Effective leaders of infant-family programs create relationships characterized by trust, support, and growth among professional colleagues, parents, and children. These relationships profoundly effect the quality of services provided by infant-family programs. Reflective leadership is characterized by self-awareness, careful and continuous observation, and respectful, flexible responses that result in reflective and relationship-based programs.
Three Building Blocks of Reflective Supervision - Describes the central elements of reflective supervision.
Leadership Self-assessment Tool - Brief series of statements and reflective questions that offer insight into one’s leadership style.
Leadership as a Way of Thinking - Addresses the question of what it means to be a leader and three perspectives through which to view leadership.
What is Reflective Leadership? - Describes key characteristics of reflective leaders.