Skills and perceptions of entry level staff supervision
Georgia Journal of College Student Affairs
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.
Calhoun, Daniel W., Roger Mitch Nasser Jr..
"Skills and perceptions of entry level staff supervision."
Georgia Journal of College Student Affairs, 29 (1): 20-34: Georgia Southern University Press.
doi: https://doi.org/10.20429/gcpa.2013.290104 source: https://digitalcommons.georgiasouthern.edu/gcpa/vol29/iss1/4/
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