FRTF resource hub: Self assessment

  • By the end of this workshop, you will have the ability to identify and use five conflict management styles. You will also be able to practice the basic principle of conflict management by focusing on the situation or behaviour at the heart of a conflict, not on the person involved, and apply the Five Whys technique as an effective problem-solving method. 

  • Many graduate students experience low confidence in their roles as teaching assistants and instructors. In this workshop, we will explore the common roots of this lack of confidence, as well as ways/how to overcome it. 

  • Intended for team leaders, first-line supervisors, and managers who have had experience delegating assignments or responsibilities, you will learn about the process of delegating and how to improve your delegation techniques.  

  • In this course, learn how to become more self-aware in order to develop yourself personally and enhance career progression. 

  • The skills identification and articulation workshop helps students identify the essential employment-related skills that they are developing throughout their undergraduate career.

  • Within this session, leadership will be explored as a capacity that all members of a group possess. Ultimately you will be able to define what leadership means to you, and how you might fulfill your leadership-related vision or ideas.  

  • Watch this course to learn how to give and receive high-quality feedback. 

  • This is the University’s suicide ideation support group. It seeks to help members reduce the intensity, frequency and duration of suicide-related thinking. 

  • Using the Everything DiSC® Work of Leaders Profile* we will focus on how best to lead a group or organization toward desired outcomes. You will explore the most fundamental work of leaders: creating a vision, building alignment around that vision, and championing its execution.