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Training for Groups

Unify Team Performance

Rotman offers group training to a diverse collection of specialized corporate groups, boards, community professionals and not-for-profit organizations. Groups of learners are carefully facilitated to align goals, foster strong communication and promote cross-functional capacity. Rotman believes that learning conducted in groups maximizes organizational impact.

Team Participation

Organizations often choose to send multiple participants to the same program. The benefit is the development of a common language among the team which translates into the immediate and powerful application of insights towards company-specific challenges. Rotman Executive Programs offers discounts to organizations that send three or more participants to the same offering of certain programs. To learn more, contact us at 416.978.8815 or email

For companies looking to achieve organization-specific objectives for larger groups, additional customized learning opportunities are also available. These customized programs are flexible and delivered on a timeline and location of choice.

Group Training Opportunities

Consider programming opportunities for the following groups:

Working TogetherThe Results of Group Training

"In an ever-changing business landscape, one thing hasn't changed.  The energy, synergy and productivity we count on to move an enterprise forward are determined by how people work together.  The only people who become great managers are those who understand that managing is not merely a series of mechanical tasks, but a set of human interactions."

Roger Martin
Former Dean, Rotman School of Management

Questions?We’re here to help

Our Learning Advisors: Joanne and Giordano

Speak to Joanne and Giordano, our expert Learning Advisors about choosing the right program for you or your organization.

Tel: 416.978.8815

Customize this program

To customize this program, contact Matt Cass. For any other questions, reach out to a Learning Advisor.

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