Supervision Resources

For first-time student affairs supervisors, it can be challenging to know what to do or how to do it. Below are some of the resources available for you to use to improve your work and the productivity of the staff reporting to you.

Picture of a hand in a grey sweater picking up a puzzle piece among many on the table.
Learning how to supervise can feel like putting together a jigsaw puzzle without knowing what the final picture looks like!

You can also contact me to schedule an introductory meeting. We can discuss a professional development plan that works best for you.

Good luck with your supervision journey!

Blog Posts

Read about the skills I believe are important for the successful supervision of students, staff and volunteers. You can find the links to the blog posts through the Pinterest link above or search the website for topics important to you. All the blogs are tagged and can be searched using the Tag Cloud below!

Bias Blog Series Change coaching Colleges Crisis Diversity Equity First Gen Pros fraternity Goal Setting Higher education Inclusion Interviews Job Loss Grief Job Searching Leadership Development life coaching Management Management Plan Personal personal development Professional Development Race Racism Reflection Remote Office Right Here Right Now Self Care Self Improvement Social Change Model social justice sorority staff development Strengths Student Affairs student organization Students Student Support Supervision Supervisor Training unemployed Values Wifi Wednesday


Download items from the webstore that can help you or your new staff develop new supervision skills. The Management Plan can help you with staff looking to build new professional skills. The customizable items can help you with students or staff that are looking to create new goals or track activities for the year.

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