Thursday, January 9 • 9:35am - 10:35am
No simple stories: Engaging in real-world supervision case studies (sponsored by the Supervision Collective)

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Understanding strategies for working through difficult situations and subsequently putting those strategies into practice are beneficial for learning how to best approach and solve supervision challenges. This case study program will allow supervisors at all levels to identify potential situations, practice developing their individual supervisory skills, leverage the knowledge of those in attendance, and learn from experienced facilitators including Juliet Blank-Godlove (Dean of Students) and Dr. Creston Lynch (Associate Dean). Small groups will be organized to facilitate in-depth analysis and discussion of realistic scenarios that supervisors may face.

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Meeghan Millette

Associate Director Staff Development, Housing and Residence Life

David Gaskins

Executive Director, Mason Recreation

Morgan Strimel

Access Consultant, Disability Services

Juliet Blank-Godlove

Dean of Students, University Life

Dr. Creston Lynch

Associate Dean, University Life

Dr. Sally Lorentson

Associate Dean, University Life

Thursday January 9, 2020 9:35am - 10:35am
Johnson Center, George's

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