Training and Development Options for Leaders
Supervisor Training and Development
Essentials of Supervision
The goal of our Essentials of Supervision development program is to provide clear expectations of the supervisor role and the related competencies required to serve in this capacity and equip supervisors with the necessary knowledge, skills, and tools to perform in their roles and lead successfully.
Leadership Coaching and Development
Develop Coaching Competencies via self-directed development
Coaching can be defined as a safe place where people can fully be themselves and through conversation, discover new ways to achieve their desired outcomes.
- Performance Coaching | Contact HRBP@rice.edu
- Group or Team Coaching | INQUIRE HERE
- Individual Career or Leadership Coaching | APPLY HERE > This program is currently on pause.
Rice professionals can request career and/or leadership coaching from one of our staff coaches. Staff coaches have completed the CoachRice program (60 hours plus coaching practice) and many are also ICF certified coaches or are working toward their credential. Executive coaching can also be coordinated for a fee. To access one of our contract coaches, please email email@example.com.
Leadership Coaching Circle | APPLY HERE > This program is currently on pause
- The Leadership Development Coaching Circles are facilitated in small groups (8 – 12 participants) for a longer period of time (8-10 sessions / 2 hours each). The goal is to provide a space for peer, action-oriented coaching for leadership development and acquire knowledge and skills based on Rice’s leadership competencies.
Additional outcomes anticipated include:
- developing awareness pertaining to potential leadership blind spots and/or career-limiting behavior,
- increasing accountability for self-development,
- expanding leadership capacity at Rice by offering another component to current leadership development options,
- building peer connections across schools/divisions through peer learning and collaboration, and
- discussing common leadership challenges and sharing ideas and real-work examples to address those challenges.
The Leadership Challenge (visit Leadership Development section for description)