I've just accepted a position at a new skilled facility (to me) as a nursing supervisor. I've been the overnight supervisor at my current job, but it's been very lax. I've helped with scheduling, overlooked the nurses and CNAs, helped with any immediate problems and such. I know I'll be doing all this at my new job too. But other than that, I'm not really sure what to expect. In your opinion, what makes a good nursing supervisor? I tend to be very nice and lax, but I know when to put my foot down when needed. Other than that I'm not really sure what else makes a supervisor good or great. I just wanna be the best I can.