Dispatches from the network and updates from the Foundation.
More than pre-Pandemic, I appreciate the value of getting closer to something in order to better understand it.
WHP Alum Karyn Gershon (Chicago Pro-99)
Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the global Project Kesher community has been organizing to support Ukrainian women and families. Operating in Ukraine since 1989, Project Kesher Ukraine (PKU) has a grassroots network of over 300 trained leaders from Ukraine who are originally from more than 40 cities. Now, though they are nearly all uprooted and moving around due to war, PKU-trained leaders are working to help others.
For me, the amount of supervision comes down to a formula I’ve developed over the years: What is my unique value added per unit of (my) effort?
Supervision is about developing a professional, collaborative relationship in which both parties share responsibility and feel accountable to one another as they both strive to meet the goals of their organization. Supervision is a skill and a craft – one’s title, salary, and professional portfolio do not automatically or universally make someone an effective supervisor.