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Supervisor's Roundtable

What is supervisor's roundtable?

Supervisor's roundtable is a mostly monthly gathering of supervisors to discuss key topics, gain updates on policies or rules, and aid in the development of campus supervisors.  Sessions are designed to be interactive and collaborative.

Who can attend?

Supervisor's roundtable is open to any supervisors or lead workers on campus and those who have taken the Fundamentals of Supervision course. Additionally, if space permits, employees who do not supervise may attend. 

All attendees must RSVP with to ensure space and materials are available.

When is supervisor's roundtable?

Supervisor's roundtable is offered monthly except for the months of May, August, and December.  Below you will find the current schedule of sessions and topics:






October 26, 2011

Effective Coaching and Feedback


​UMC 415-417

​November 29, 2011

Preparing for Difficult Communication


UMC 425

February 29, 2012​


​March 20, 2012

Introduction to Sittercity


​UMC 415-417

April 25, 2012

Stress Management


UMC 415-417

July 24, 2012


UMC 415-417
September 26, 2012 2012 Employee Engagement Results
UMC 415-417
October 23, 2012


UMC 415-417
​November 29, 2012 ​TBA ​1:30-3:00pm ​UMC 415-417


*How to access Book Club books on Books 24x7

1. Logon to your campus employee MyCUInfo portal.

2. Navigate to the MyCU Links box, click the "SkillSoft - CU's Online Learning" link to access the MyCU portal.

3. Click "MY.TRAINING" tab.

4. Click, "Click here for SkillSoft - CU's Online Learning and also CU's Instructor Led Training".

5. Click the "Books 24x7" link in either the navigation bar on the left-hand side of the screen or below the "logout" button.

6. In the search window, type the book title and either hit the 'Enter' key or the 'GO' button.

7. Select the book by clicking on the title in the results.

Questions, comments, or topic ideas?

Supervisor's roundtable works best with your input on what should be offered.  Please contact 303-492-8103 or email Brett.E.Rogers@colorado.EDU, if you have any suggestions for future sessions. 


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