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Thursday, January 9 • 10:45am - 11:45am
A Year in the Life of a Supervisor: From Setting Expectations to Performance Improvement

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What are the best practices to evaluate the employees you supervise? In this session, we will guide you through the ‘life cycle’ of feedback and evaluation. From implementing a culture of regular feedback during the onboarding process, to having crucial conversations, to self-evaluations and yearly performance reviews, you will learn how to be intentional as you build your structure for development and growth for those whom you supervise whether they are student-wage, part-time, graduate assistants, or full-time employees. Whether you are currently in a supervisor role, plan to work in a supervisor role, or want to learn what types of expectations future employers may have, this session has something for everyone with tips and proven methodologies for supporting current (or future) supervisors and supervisees.

Spark your planning and organization to structure a comprehensive feedback process, from one cycle to the next! Handouts with resources will be provided. Sponsored by the Supervision Collective – a part of UL Professional Development. Build on your new knowledge by joining us for our afternoon session: practice how to have crucial conversations through the examination of case studies.

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Krisztina Roder

Event Support Superviso, George Mason Student Centers

Kelly Reid

Office and Program Administrator, George Mason Student Centers

Christie Michals

Employer Relations Coordinator, University Career Services

Trasi Watson

Associate Director, University Career Services

Thursday January 9, 2020 10:45am - 11:45am EST
Johnson Center, George's