If you are requesting conflict coaching to discuss a particular conflict, please note there are specialists across campus who may be better suited to support you, depending on the context of the conflict. Here is a short list of those supports:
Conflicts between graduate students and supervisors
Conflicts where Residence Community Standards apply
Contact the Residence Life Coordinator for your building
Conflicts where there are mental health concerns or where counselling is desired
Contact Student Wellness Services
Conflicts involving sexual violence
Contact Sexual Violence Support
Manager, Student Conduct Office
Renata Gordon is the Manager, Student Conduct Office. She is interested in how people relate to one another, and what makes a healthy community. Originally from Edmonton, Renata has worked at the University of Calgary since 2014 and helped coordinate a variety of different student programs prior to her positions at the Student Conduct Office, including the Peer Helper Program, the Welcome Centre for new-to-Calgary students, and Bystander Intervention Training. Holding a Masters in Conflict Analysis and Management through Royal Roads University, Renata works to better understand how conflict can affect and transform our lives. Outside of work, Renata can be found practicing yoga, watching good stand-up comedy, and cross-country skiing in Kananaskis (but usually not all at the same time)!
Her StrengthsQuest top five themes of talent are Strategic, Connectedness, Empathy, Intellection, and Input. Her top 3 preferred conflict modes according to the TKI assessment are Accommodating, Collaborating, and Competing.