Supervising-in-a-Box Series: Full Series

Employees report that the supervisory relationship is one of the most significant factors in their decision to leave or stay with an organization. Are you, as a supervisor, adequately prepared for this responsibility?

Even if your institution already has a formal training program for supervisors, use Supervising-in-a-Box to create highly productive teams that reduce employee turnover, capitalize on diverse innovative thinking, and ultimately strengthen their bottom lines.

The in-a-Box Series provides resources for addressing unconscious bias and institutional barriers that affect five different supervisory job functions. Each box focuses on one job function. The different boxes in the Supervising Series are:

  • Employee Development focuses on ensuring that employees contribute their best ideas and talents to the team.

Supervising-in-a-Box Series Multimedia Components from the Level Playing Field Institute

The following multimedia components address unconscious bias, unwanted preferences, and negative stereotypes. Use them to counteract these biases and build dialogue among your team.

Video Vignettes feature real-life experiences of women who left their corporate jobs due to unconscious biases and unfairness in their workplaces:

Screensavers portray positive images that can be employed in the workplace and in educational environments to mitigate biases:

How Do You Judge Talent? Who is Behind These Inventions? I Overcame!

Want to customize a video vignette or screensaver to target particular issues or capture stories pertinent to your company or industry? Contact Jacqueline Switzer, Workplace Programs Manager at the Level Playing Field Institute, for more information.

Release Date: May 3, 2012