Bowling Green State University

For staff who wish to refresh their knowledge of the basics of supervision.

This initial course offers a basic overview of the roles and responsibilities of being an effective supervisor at Bowling Green State University. Upon completion of this course, staff and faculty will be equipped to understand their role as a supervisor, learn best practices for delegating, communicating and supervising effectively, identify key characteristics and behaviors of effective and influential supervisors, as well as how to invest in personal and professional development for themselves and their staff members.

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Supervisor Skills 101 Schedule:

Presenters:

  • Dr. Lisa E. Dubose, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, CAAP - Director, Human Resources Employee Relations, Professional Development, & BGLA Director
  • Suzi Saunders-O'Herron, M.Ed., CAAP - Training Specialist & BGLA Coordinator

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About the Supervisor Skills Professional Development Series
Participate in our 5-part Supervisor Skills Development Series to learn the crucial practices to assist you in becoming an exemplary supervisor. This Supervisor Series will take you on a journey from understanding the basics of supervision to more complex areas of the many roles and responsibilities supervisors have, including the development of new and existing employees, constructive performance management, and effective communication with employees, all while focusing on departmental and organizational goals.

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