Even though this article reports the findings of a study that involved a group of supervisors of social workers, its findings are relevant to supervision in education. All the supervisors involved in the study held positions that made them interact directly with their juniors. The study found that two needs cut across all the supervisors. First, they each needed the support of one another in the performance of their work(Armstrong, Gordon, & Hobbs, 1991). Most of them reported that their subordinates viewed them with suspicion and were uncooperative. The non-cooperation rendered their work lonely and difficult. As the principal is the main supervisor in a school setting, it would be helpful for them to network with their colleagues within and outside their school districts.