Regardless of the number of employees or type of work, a supervisor must develop a variety of skills to manage, motivate and problem-solve effectively.
Counseling, Assistance & Referral Services (CARS) offers an on-line resource that covers 14 skills for supervisors. The training program involves various aspects of communication, from listening well to resolving conflicts.
Learn to detect signs of potential problems before they worsen, provide lasting impact through effective feedback, and free yourself to focus on what matters most by delegating work.
This course is not intended to replace UNM policies and procedures, but offers a supplemental learning experience for new and experienced supervisors.
To take the free, self-paced course, log into the CARS resources website using your NetID and password.
Don’t forget...CARS is here to help with all aspects of your work + life. CARS clinicians can help you by providing up to eight sessions of individual or couples counseling, as well as supervisory consultations, referrals to other resources for assistance, faculty/staff training, workshops, presentations, critical incident debriefing, and crisis intervention.
For more information about CARS and the services they provide please visit cars.unm.edu.