The following study consisted of 532 respondents to a survey related to the supervision of entrylevel staff in student affairs. Participants included both supervisors of entry-level staff and entrylevel staff themselves. Individuals shared their thoughts and experiences regarding the supervision of this population. Themes emerged in four areas: Readiness for the supervisory role, challenges related to supervision, supervisor skills, and working through transition. Implications and recommendations for practice and further research are discussed.
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Calhoun, D. W., & Nasser, R. M. (2013). Skills and Perceptions of Entry-Level Staff Supervision. Georgia Journal of College Student Affairs, 29(1). https://doi.org/10.20429/gcpa.2013.290104