She has high expectations of your work.
She is available to be your support system but not your therapist.
She expects and welcomes your questions. She also wants to see you demonstrate problem solving skills.
She respects your work.
She will hold you accountable to meet deadlines.
She wants you to pay attention to details (hint: showing up to meetings on time & writing concise, grammatically correct notes are both crucial).
She understands burnout so she wants you to take care of yourself, she knows how hard your work is.
She wants you to bring an agenda to supervision meetings.
She hopes you realize that not all supervisors are the same, we all have different theoretical orientations, it's up to you to develop your unique way of working.
[If you're working within a social service agency] She expects you to be responsible for following agency protocols including dress codes.