The RELATIONAL CULTURE WORKSHOP SERIES are series of learning opportunities to enrich our skills for working with each other at York.
FACILITATING LISTENING CIRCLES: ADVANCED TRAINING AND ESSENTIAL SKILLS
WEDNESDAY, FEB 21, 9:30 am -1:30pm
& TUESDAY MAR 26, 1-3:30pm, online
By Pat Lewis & Kaleigh Mrowka, International Institute for Restorative Practices Canada
This highly-interactive 2-part training is intended to teach the skills and considerations for becoming
skilled facilitators of Listening Circles, which are 'safe spaces' for individuals to share their thoughts,
perspectives and experiences surrounding a challenge or harm to their community.
TUESDAY APR 16, 2024
By Dana Campbell-Stevens, Rubin Thomlinson LLP
This session introduces an approach to restoration, to rebuild a sense of safety and productivity in
the workplace after experiencing complex disruptions.
CREATING BRAVE SPACES FOR COMPASSIONATE CANDOR
TUESDAY MAY 14, 2024
By York Change Leadership + panel of experts from our York U Community
In this session, participants explore the meanings of brave spaces and compassionate candor
through engaging improv scenarios and reflective debriefs, gaining insight into leadership
interventions at both interpersonal and systemic levels. Participants will leave ready to
engage in open communication and cultivate empathy as leaders within their teams
For more information, contact: FacAffairs@yorku.ca