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Relevant and Flexible Open Enrollment Learning

Rotman's cutting-edge roster of programs are for individuals looking to broaden their perspectives, acquire new professional skills, refresh their knowledge, exceed their goals or gain competitive advantage. Rotman offers a wide variety of learning programs and formats that benefit the public, private and non-profit professional communities.

Strategic Business Leadership Program

Executive Leadership »
 

Strategic Business
Leadership »

Take the lead.
October 15–19, 2018

Integrating across functions.
October 29–November 2, 2018



Leading Strategic Change

CFO Leadership »

Leading
Strategic Change »

Designed for current and future CFOs.
July 17–21, 2019

Set direction and inspire action.
Spring 2019


Strategic HR Mangement Program

Strategic Human
Resource Management »

MBA Essentials
for Managers »

Aligning strategy, people and performance.
January 21–25, 2019

Become an efficient leader.
TBD


Police Leadership »

Enhance your leadership capabilities.
September 17–October 5, 2018











Behavioural Economics in Action Design Thinking: Connecting Innovation and Strategy

Behavioural Economics
at Work »

Design Thinking: Connecting Innovation and Strategy »  

Understand and influence consumer behaviour.
TBD

Connect strategy with customer-centric innovation.
TBD



Financial Innovation

Artificial Intelligence:
An Executive Primer »

Financial Innovation »

How to use AI in your business for strategy.
September 26–27, 2018
or
December 17–18, 2018

Put machine learning and blockchain technology to work for your organization.
November 20–21, 2018




Playing to Win: How Strategy Really Works »

Integrative Thinking
for Leaders »

Explore a winning strategy framework.
October 4, 2018

Create better choices.
October 5, 2018



Search Inside Yourself »

Using the tools of mindfulness and emotional intelligence.
July 9–10, 2019







Strategic Negotiations Program

Strategic Negotiations »

Family Wealth Management »

Influence success. Create value.
December 3–7, 2018

Learn the key frameworks.
TBD



EP-HRPA-FEATURE

Financial Literacy
and Analysis  »

Financial Literacy
for HR Professionals »

Master the language of finance.
November 2–4, 2018

Develop financial literacy skills needed to excel as an HR professional and trusted business partner in your organization.
March 4–6, 2019



The Coaching Habit »

GettingItDone® »

Say less, ask more and become a better leader.
September 11, 2018

Achieve Organizational and Team Success Through Better Execution.
October 26, 2018







Board Risk Oversight
and Insight »

ICPM Board
Effectiveness »

Better anticipate future trends in risk.
November 27–28, 2018

Explore unique challenges and opportunities.
November 26–30, 2018



Rotman-ICD Directors Education »

Rotman-ICD NFP Governance Essentials »

Better your skills. BETTER YOUR BOARD.
January 29–September 16, 2018
April–November, 2018
June 2018–March, 2019
September 2018–March, 2019

Better serve your Not-For-Profit organization. AND ITS MISSION.
September 26–27, 2018
November 21–22, 2018
February 4–5, 2018
May 28–29, 2018


Board Human
Resources Committee »

Impact future organizational growth and success.
TBD




Advanced Health Leadership »

Health Leadership:
Achieving Your
Potential »

Equipping health system leaders for the future.
Module I: February 25–March 1, 2019

Get the actionable tools, frameworks and leadership training you need to succeed in an increasingly complex health care system.
November 19‒23, 2018



Business
Leadership Program
for In-House Counsel »

Public Sector
Leadership Institute »

Learn today. Lead tomorrow.
Module I: June 7‒9, 2019

Equipping community health system leaders for the future.
TBD


Canada's
Outstanding Principals »

An executive leadership training program.
TBD










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Speak to our expert Learning Advisor about choosing the right program for you or your organization.

Tel: 416.978.8815

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