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Although DHS offers extensive supervisory training across the Department, there are fewer resources available to introduce non-supervisory employees to the realities of supervision and allow them to consider their interest and fit. If non-supervisory employees have an opportunity to give thought to their strengths, interests, and gaps, they can also more efficiently develop and deploy effective leadership skills and manage the transition into supervision more effectively, should they choose such a career path. The requirement listed below will be supported by products developed by DHS Leader Development.

Audience :

Non-supervisory Coast Guard employees seeking to better understand the roles & responsibilities inherent in supervision
Coast Guard employees in “Acting” supervisory capacity
External applicants to DHS supervisory positions


      This session introduces the challenges and rewards of formal supervisory leadership.  Addressing the responsibilities, complexities, and resources available to supervisors, non-supervisory employees can better understand the commitment involved in choosing to be a supervisor. 

      Featuring lessons learned and helpful hints from seasoned supervisors, and an opportunity to reflect on their interest in supervision, attendees can make more informed decisions before pursuing the supervisory path. 

Coast Guard Implementation:

ALCOAST 384/12

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