One of the greatest challenges most supervisors face is gaining the support of fellow supervisors. It is not unusual for a supervisor’s success to depend upon the active cooperation from peers. How to manage that feat confounds new supervisors, in particular. Some supervisors who find this issue challenging place too much focus on the “task” aspects of the request and spend too little time developing a productive, ongoing relationship with their peers. How do you build the sort of rapport with your peers that ensures cooperation?