Stepping Up – A Road Map for New Supervisors – June 14

Are you a new leader with less than 3 years’ experience? Or are you considering a career in management? If so, Stepping Up – A Road Map for New Supervisors is a career development course that describes the roles, responsibilities and expectations required to successfully lead a team.

In this 1-day course you will explore the scope of the supervisory role; develop the skills required to be a supervisor; learn the principles needed to build credibility; discover the real-life concerns, challenges, and pitfalls of being a supervisor, and create an action-oriented decision-making performance model.

Here’s what participants said when asked about the key points they learned:

  • “The level of responsibility I am assuming as supervisor and how important it is to do the right thing.”
  • “Identification of the four leadership styles; their strengths and weaknesses.”
  • “That leadership can be done better if you are able to ‘wear a different hat’ depending on the person/situation.”
  • “Decisions made early on will set the tone for your leadership.”

For more information and to enroll in our June 14 class, visit the Office of Professional Development’s website at