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Rotman-ICD Boardroom Education Program

A better, more productive board.

Jointly developed by the Institute of Corporate Directors and the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, the Executive Boardroom Education Program (EBEP) is designed for senior executives across the for-profit, not-for-profit and Crown sectors, who want to improve interactions with their board of directors for a more productive relationship.

Improve your Interactions with your Board

Gain knowledge and skills to improve your interactions with your board.  Rotman Executive Programs and the ICD have jointly created a unique state-of the-art learning program.  Through on-line learning and three days of interactive classroom time, you will develop the expertise to excel inside and outside of the boardroom.

Through the program, you will:

  • Gain valuable insight into the function, structure, role and culture of boards
  • Understand the nuances of effective boardroom communication, including speaking, listening, crafting and tailoring messages and mapping out dissemination paths
  • Learn how to navigate the dynamics of trust in the boardroom and their impact on performance
  • Receive personal coaching and feedback that will translate directly to improved board interactions
     

Eligibility

The EBEP addresses the needs of senior executives who are required to report/present to a board of directors.

* Please note that this is not an open-enrollment course, and ICD reserves the right to limit admission to applicants with an appropriate level of experience. Space is limited and there is no guarantee of admission into the program.

Potential applicants who are unsure if their experience is suitable for admission to the EBEP are encouraged to email the Program Officer, Education at education@icd.ca to request a consultation regarding their eligibility.

This program is designed for:

  • Experienced business professional with good business acumen developed through 5+ years in a management role.
  • Except in exceptional situations, all admitted participants would have appropriate experience as an executive reporting and/or presenting to a board of directors within the last 12 months. Consideration will also be given to executives who will be presenting to a board in the near future.

Potential applicants who are unsure if their experience is suitable for admission to the EBEP are encouraged to email the Program Officer, Education at education@icd.ca to request a consultation regarding their eligibility.

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The Institute of Corporate Directors handles all program applications.

For more information and to apply visit Executive Boardroom Education Program.

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A 3-day program:

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Next Toronto offerings:
October 15–17, 2018
November 6–8, 2018

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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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Maureen Finlan
Program Officer
Tel: 416.593.7741 ext. 248
Email: mfinlan@icd.ca
Website: www.icd.ca/EBEP

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