Through this highly interactive workshop, graduate students and post docs will work across potential disputes to balance their positionality and needs with the potentially conflicting desires of others. Participants will further learn about conflict management styles by reflecting both individually and with peers so they can better understand themselves and how they can collaborate more effectively with other people. This workshop will also include role play situations related to common challenges graduate and post-doctoral students may encounter during their academic career.
Campus Life & Engagement’s leadership development area is actively providing resources, building facilitation skills, developing leadership skills, and creating meaningful personal connections. We encourage the students to use these resources to build the skills they need and to get involved on campus and/or in the Montreal community to practically use them.
Our workshops are usually student-facilitated by members of the ACCE Team. ACCE is a group of McGill student volunteers that help their peers develop their leadership and get involved on campus or in the community. This workshop will be co-facilitated by staff from CL&E.