The mantra to being a good supervisor
One common issue that comes out in most discussions on PhD life is difficulty in dealing with supervisors. This is a cause of distress to many researchers and makes their PhD journey extremely stressful. However, despite this being a known problem, only a handful of universities provide professional training for research supervision. I came across this brilliant article which discusses this issue in depth and focuses on how one can be a good research supervisor. One sentence in the piece that really stood out for me was: "Being a decent supervisor means being a decent human being."
Just curious: Does your university have some form of training for research supervisors? Would love to know more about it.