Leadership and Management

Cluster: Supervision/Management/Leadership

Programs included in this learning cluster are directed toward the development of the skills, knowledge and capabilities needed for RIT's supervisors, managers, department chairpersons, deans and vice presidents. Currently, customized programs can be designed to enhance your knowledge of RIT's policies and procedures, as well as to learn best practices in the areas of supervision, management and leadership.


In-Person Courses

This program will provide information on diversity, discrimination and harassment for supervisors, managers and executives. It will provide the participant with information relating to applicable federal and state laws as well as information relating to RIT policies and procedures. It is expected that at the conclusion of the program, participants will have an understanding of a manager’s responsibility with respect to ensuring acceptable office behavior, the reporting of harassment and/or discrimination in the workplace, and the RIT resources available to assist in the event of a policy violation. 

Have you ever been to a retreat and wondered what the purpose was? Or, have you been part of team retreat planning process and seemed to get stuck on how to make the most of the time and the experience? Do you want to be part of a retreat that is memorable, useful and fun? This workshop is focused on how to plan meaningful retreats where participants leave feeling energized, motivated, informed and have built stronger relationships with colleagues.  Retreats can either be a waste of time or they can help truly build a trusting, collaborative team that is focused on results.  It takes effort, thought and know how to plan these kinds of retreats and this workshop will give you key tools, activities and other ideas to plan a memorable and meaningful experience for your team!