About This Event…
So you’re a new supervisor! Congratulations. You clearly were great at your old job – that’s how you got promoted. However, the skills and talents required to be a great counselor or activity instructor aren’t the same as those required to be an effective supervisor. There are several specific areas of learning new supervisors should begin mastering long before they begin the actual work of mentoring and leading others.
Join Emily for a crash course in stepping up to leadership. We’ll cover the top mistakes new supervisors make (and how to avoid them, of course!), the best ways to build credibility, and the parts of the role you might not realize are now your responsibility.
To cap it off, we’ll look at some familiar scenarios from your camp counselor days through a lens of supervisory decision-making. This workshop is designed for both new supervisors and/or those responsible for onboarding/training incoming supervisory staff.
About The Speaker…
Training, Consulting & Advocacy, Bright Moose LLC
With session feedback including “tremendously helpful,” “definitely not the same-old,” “fun and informative” and “not to be missed – a reason to come to the conference,” Emily Golinsky is the Founder of Bright Moose LLC. She provides training, coaching, consultation and professional development support to camps, schools and youth orgs, guided by the motto “Help Others Shine Bright!” Emily sits on the Board of Directors for NHCamps and is an ACA New England Visitor, Conference Committee member, New Camp Directors’ Workshop faculty member, and the Newer Camp Directors’ Roundtable facilitator. She is also an education Advocate for youth with special needs and a certified Adult Mental Health First Aid Instructor. Emily spent 14 years as the Executive Director for Camp Starfish (NH), holds a BS in Health Psychology and MS in Camp Administration/Leadership, and is an avid collector of terribly awesome puns.
Who Should Attend…
This presentation is for, but not limited to, supervisors (new or seasonal), managers, directors, and owners.
Why Attend …
How will your camp benefit from you attending this program?
Attendees will boost job satisfaction for themselves and the people they oversee and help build confidence and credibility with the people you oversee which will lead to returning staff.
How does your career benefit from you attending this program?
Attending this event will help build confidence as a leader, will help increase your collective knowledge of the field and management of others, and build connections and resources with peers.
How to Register …
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