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Kelly Sue Kadlec
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Patricia Ayuso
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Hi Kelly. I think it depends on which what do you want them to get focus. There are several good courses in LinkedIn Learning about time management, conflict resolution, feedback... You may look also to Management 3.0 https://management30.com/ and one-on-one tools like https://soapboxhq.com/features/one-on-ones Best!
Kelly Sue Kadlec
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Thanks Patricia, they are all new in role and young in career. Since I've just started working with them, it will take me a bit to understand what each will need specifically, but these are great resources. I'll check them out.
Dawn Reed
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Two of my favorites are Training Magazine (they have a wide variety of topics) - https://trainingmag.com/ and SmartBrief on Leadership - [email protected] (great articles on leadership).
Kelly Sue Kadlec
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Thanks Dawn - those are new resources to me, I'll check them out.
Alyson Garrido, Career Coach
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Tom Henschel's blog and podcast, The Look and Sound of Leadership is a favorite of mine.
Kelly Sue Kadlec
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Great recommendation, thanks Alyson!
Jacquelyn Lloyd
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Hi Kelly - Try Coursera.com or SHRM.org. You also might think about buying them some workbooks and hosting either mentoring sessions with more seasoned supervisors or setting up weekly check in's to help them get them comfortable.
Kelly Sue Kadlec
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Thanks Jacquelyn! I'm in touch with my HR contact here, so will put her on the SHRM path, and I'll checkout Coursera.
Kelly Sue Kadlec
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Thanks Shawna!
Shawna Ketcherside
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Hi Kelly. Eventbrite has several valuable, free resources. Here’s a link: https://www.eventbrite.com/d/online/leadership-training/