Leadership Development Program

In Person Workshops

Just Keep Going! 

Feel like you have a never-ending list of things to complete? 

Tuesday Sept 13

6-7pm | MW 130

Wednesday Oct 5

6-7pm | MW 130

Wednesday Nov 2

1-2pm | EV 152

 

Facilitation Skills

An overview of techniques for more effective group facilitation.

Wednesday Sept 14
5-6pm | EV 152

Friday Oct 28

1-2pm | EV 152

Tuesday Nov 1

1-2pm | EV 152

 

Communication Styles

Discover your unique communication style.

Tuesday Sept 20

6-7pm | MW 130

Thursday Oct 6

3-4pm | EV 152

 

Project Management

For anyone organizing events, programs, or campaigns. 

Wednesday Sept 21

11am-12pm | EV 152

Wednesday Oct 19

11am-12pm | EV 152

Thursday Nov 3

1-2pm | EV 152

 

Effective Feedback

Constructive criticism are parts of the learning process.

Wednesday Oct 19
6-7pm | MW 130

Thursday Nov 17

1-2pm | EV 152

 

Epic Fail? Learning from Setbacks

This workshop covers strategies for keeping positive and moving forward.

Tuesday Oct 25

1-2pm | EV 152

Thursday Nov 10

1-2pm | EV 152

 

Strengthsfinder

RSVP by Tuesday, Oct 11th at 5pm. 

Thursday, Oct 13

12-2pm | EV 152 

 

Online Workshops

Once you have completed an online workshop please send a screenshot to leadership@utsc.utoronto.ca

Art of Collaboration 

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This workshop covers the importance of effective collaboration in group-oriented activities, as well as strategies for how to best bring together diverse opinions around a shared goal.

Credit for this workshop will be counted toward ULEAD.

Equity 101

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Presented by UTSC’s own Equity & Diversity Officer, Toni De Mello, this workshop provides an introduction to equity and anti-oppression.  The training also touches upon campus and U of T-specific resources related to equity support.

Credit for this workshop will be counted toward ULEAD and WELEAD.

Gender Based Analysis

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Developed by Status of Women, this introduction to Gender-based Analysis+ (GBA+) provides an overview of how this analysis can be used to assess the impact of programs and policies based on gender.

Credit for this workshop will be counted toward WELEAD.

“More Feet on the Ground” Mental Health Training

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1 in 5 Canadians each year will experience a mental health or addiction problem (Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, 2012). Moreover, suicide is the second largest cause of death amongst those aged 10-19. The Council of Ontario Universities (COU) has partnered with Brock University to develop this training which provides information on how to identify, support, and refer peers with mental health issues. This particular module is designed for U of T specifically.

Credit for this workshop will be counted toward ILEAD and WELEAD. 

Preventing Discrimination Based on Gender Identity

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This workshop provides on overview of the Ontario Human Rights Commission’s Policy on Preventing Discrimination because of Gender Identity and Gender Expression.  

Credit for this workshop will be counted toward WELEAD.

Professionalism in the Workplace

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This session is an overview of best practices surrounding workplace and office etiquette.

Credit for this workshop will be counted toward ILEAD. 

Human Rights 101

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Provided by the Ontario Human Rights Commission, this 30-minute module provides an overview of rights and responsibilities under the Ontario Human Rights Code.

Credit for this module will be counted toward WELEAD.

Working Together: The Code and the AODA

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An introductory look at the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). This module covers the basics of understanding the duty to accommodate, how to put things into action and what compliance with the act looks like. It covers training that would be standard for most public, private, and non-profit sector jobs.

Credit for this module will be counted toward ULEAD and WELEAD.

Financial Literacy

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Offered by the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (a part of the federal government), these simple videos cover the basic of financial management and planning. The e-presentations are also accompanied by a handbook and supporting materials to work through and map out a plan for yourself.

Credit for this module will be counted toward ILEAD.

Sex and Gender Based Analysis: Rise the Challenge Process Module

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Building upon the previous GBA module, this module dives deeper into application of the GBA model including issues where it is relevant and recommendations.

Credit for this module will be counted toward ULEAD and WELEAD.