Current CGMS Workshops
Workshops can be booked by individual units, student groups, etc., or you can RSVP to join a standing workshop offered by CGMS through the School of Graduate Studies. Please visit the CGMS Events Calendar to see when our student and faculty workshops are being offered. To book a workshop for your group, or to request a spot at a standing CGMS workshop, please contact us via email at email@example.com.
Understanding and Resolving Conflict
This workshop helps participants understand how conflict escalates, explains the meaning of polarities and paradoxes in conflict, and offers models on how to better understand conflict, whether the conflict is incident or issue based. Participants will be provided with opportunities to examine conflict cases through the lens of the conflict models and will practice self-differentiation in their approaches to working through the conflict examples. Participants should develop a deeper understanding of conflict and ways in which conflict may be resolved.
Having Difficult Conversations
This workshop offers participants a step-by-step guide to having difficult conversations. Participants will review the reasons why we seldom have difficult or uncomfortable conversations and provided with a case for having them. As participants are lead through our approach to difficult conversations, they will be offered examples and suggestions for inviting, having, and capturing these conversations. Participants will be provided with case studies and asked to make use of what they have learned in guided group conversations.
CGMS Pop-Up Events
March 15–22, 2022
CGMS visited a number of faculties, including the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, the Faculty of Dentistry, the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, the Faculty of Nursing, the Temerty Faculty of Medical Science, the Faculty of Music and the Factor Inwentash Faculty of Social Work. We enjoyed meeting you!
We will be re-scheduling our visits to the remaining faculties, including the Faculty of Law, the Rotman School of Management, the iSchool, the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape & Design, the Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education, the Faculty of Arts & Science, and the UofT Mississauga and Scarborough graduate Faculties.
Conversations with SGS presents SGS Showcase on Services: Spotlight on the New Centre for Graduate Mentorship and Supervision
November 16, 2021 · 9:00 AM ET
Decanal Team and Staff, SGS
Please note: Registration is limited to graduate chairs and coordinators.
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