Supervising Conflict: A Guide for Faculty

Wondering what more you can do as a supervisor to prevent and manage challenging issues that arise in graduate school? Curious about the most common sources of conflict between advisors and their PhD / master’s students?

Supervising Conflict: A Guide for Faculty (early 2023 University Toronto Press, print & e-book) is a must-have reference for new and experienced graduate faculty based on my experiences developing and managing the Graduate Conflict Resolution Centre, University of Toronto (Grad CRC 2015-2020) and it includes:

  • insights from over 900 conflict coaching conversations with faculty, staff and students
  • practical strategies and tips for moving from conflict to opportunity
  • activities and case studies for faculty professional development

Learn more about the Grad CRC, an innovative and trusted conflict resolution service, in the article I wrote for University Affairs (Feb.2020): “Peer-to-peer conflict coaching helps students navigate the rocky seas of grad school“.

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