Event Calendar & Registration

If you are a member of the University of Toronto Engineering community (student, staff or faculty) and would like to have your leadership-related event posted here, please contact info.ilead@utoronto.ca with details. Thank you.

Mar
28
Tue
Leadership Lab: Stress Management @ GB202
Mar 28 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
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Attend 4 Leadership Labs and receive recognition on your Co-Curricular Record!

As an engineering student, it isn’t uncommon to face significant stress! Whether it’s personal or Skule related and no matter how strong your will is, you are guaranteed to be under some kind of stress, and its resulting symptoms will impact your well-being. The goal of this workshop is to empower you with the ability to identify the stress and effectively manage the symptoms or the actual source of the stress. You will learn a systematic approach which can be repeated outside of the workshop which will be useful throughout your entire student and professional careers and life.

No registration is required.

Learn more about Leadership Labs here!

Mar
29
Wed
Club Leaders Roundtable @ WB215
Mar 29 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
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Are you a club leader or exec for any student run organization or team? Are you regularly thinking about how to improve things within your club? Once a month, ILead hosts a Club Leaders Roundtable that brings together a community of leaders for guided sharing of ideas, insights, strategies, and learning among each other. A great opportunity to network with other club leaders and dig into common issues that student organizations encounter. Whether it be leadership transitions, recruitment and engagement, club culture, motivating others, etc.- the Roundtable is a great resource to share and learn from your peers and ILead. Learn more here!

Topic: Transition Part 2

 

Mar
30
Thu
PhD Job Readiness Program – Who You Are Matters: A Career Clarification Game @ GB202
Mar 30 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

* This workshop is for PhD students and post-doctoral fellows *

Facilitator: Mark Franklin, Practice Leader, Career Cycles & APS1030 Instructor, ILead

This highly interactive group discovery experience sparks meaningful conversation and helps participants connect the dots in their professional and personal lives. By playing a fun and social game with other like-minded PhD students and post-docs, participants identify unique strengths and desires, learn from others, recognize who and what influences them, and gain valuable feedback to make well-informed career and life choices.

Your takeaways include:

  • Clarity into your unique strengths, influences, and what’s most important to you
  • Your own Career Statement, in positive, professional vocabulary to strengthen your voice
  • Clear steps to answer your important ‘what next?’ questions
  • A fun, meaningful event through positive interaction with like-minded individuals

About Mark Franklin:

The event will be facilitated by Mark Franklin, MEd, PEng, practice leader of CareerCycles.com, co-founder of OneLifeTools.com, and instructor of ILead’s course, Engineering Careers: Theories & Strategies to Manage your Career for the Future (APS1030).  Mark has over 10 years’ experience as a career professional and was the 2015 winner of the Canadian Career Development Foundation’s prestigious Stu Conger Award for Leadership.

Register now!

The Game Session @ GB202
Mar 30 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Apr
20
Thu
Engineering Leadership Lunch @ Massey College
Apr 20 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

This event is by invitation only. Please register by April 17, 2017.

If you an engineering industry leader, register below. If you are a student, scroll down to view the registration form.

Industry Leaders Registration

Student Registration

 

Apr
26
Wed
Club Leaders Roundtable @ WB215
Apr 26 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
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Are you a club leader or exec for any student run organization or team? Are you regularly thinking about how to improve things within your club? Once a month, ILead hosts a Club Leaders Roundtable that brings together a community of leaders for guided sharing of ideas, insights, strategies, and learning among each other. A great opportunity to network with other club leaders and dig into common issues that student organizations encounter. Whether it be leadership transitions, recruitment and engagement, club culture, motivating others, etc.- the Roundtable is a great resource to share and learn from your peers and ILead. Learn more here!

Topic: TBD