Transitioning into a Supervisory Role - ONLINE

Event Date: 12/7/2022
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM


Event Overview

**Hosted in Partnership with Front Range Community College**


Required Online Capabilities

While we understand each agency will have different equipment and technology access, we strive to make our courses as interactive as possible. Thus, each participant or group in this course is required to have access to a camera (turned on) and microphone.

Online Registration Fee

The registration fee for this online workshop is $20 per person for employees of government agencies and $25 per person for non-government agencies. Registration can be paid online. Please contact for questions.

Webex Meeting Link:

Password: LTAP


Workshop Topics:

  • Examine the role of the supervisor
  • Learn about leadership skills and how to apply them
  • Explore options for handling issues new supervisors encounter
  • Learn the basics of interviewing, performance management, and disciplinary action
  • Assess own level of ability in competencies required of a supervisor and develop a strategy

  • Supervisory Roles and Responsibilities - The objective of this course is to discuss and explore with non-supervisory employees the changes in relationships and personal challenges that may occur when one is promoted to supervision. This is a discussion seminar in which participants focus primarily on the differences between subordinate and supervisory roles

    Supervisory Skills and Development Program

    This is a course in the Supervisory Skills and Development Program course track. Click the above link for program details.

    Special Notes

    In order to receive credit for this class, attendees must stay until the end when it is dismissed by the instructor and class certificates are awarded.


    Carlson, Heather


    Heather Carlson joined the National LTAP community as the director of Colorado’s LTAP program in 2021. Both her educational and professional experiences have been hyper-focused on continuous learning and information management. 

    Prior to joining CO LTAP at Front Range Community College, Heather developed and managed a professional organizing firm and spent over a decade in the financial services industry, much of which was as a program manager. A Colorado native, she completed her undergraduate education at the University of Northern Colorado with a B.A. in Journalism and another in German Language. She holds both an M.B.A. and M.S. in International Business with a graduate certificate in entrepreneurship from the University of Colorado Denver.

    Heather is an avid traveler, baker, carpool driver, snowboarder, equestrian and overall outdoor enthusiast. She lives in the metro area with her husband and two children and together we are always searching for their next adventure!