1. With ineffective supervision, an RBT might not be able to demonstrate specific skills which are critical for their role. For example, when a supervisor accepts gifts from a client’s family they are modeling poor ethical behaviors. The RBT may continue to demonstrate those same behaviors because they were taught to do so by their supervisor. 
  2. Another example would be a supervisor meets with the RBT only 1 time throughout the month and proceeds to sign the hours sheet. This is considered unethical and poor leadership behaviors. The RBT may continue to do the same when they become a supervisor because it was modelled during their training.
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