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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

Leadership »


Business Leadership »

Take the lead.
May 7–11, 2018
October 15–19, 2018

Integrating across functions.
April 23–27, 2018
October 29–November 2, 2018

Leading Strategic Change

CFO Leadership »

Leading Strategic
Change »

Designed for current and future CFOs.
June 4–8, 2018

Set direction and inspire action.
April 8–12, 2019

Strategic HR Mangement Program

Human Resource
Management »

MBA Essentials for Managers »

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

Become an efficient leader.
May 3–31, 2018

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.

Connect strategy with customer-centric innovation.
July 17–19, 2018

Making Artificial
Intelligence Work
for You »

Playing to Win: How Strategy Really Works »

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

Explore a winning strategy framework.
October 4, 2018

Search Inside
Yourself »

Integrative Thinking
for Leaders »

Using the tools of mindfulness and emotional intelligence.
July 10–11, 2018
July 9–10, 2019

Create better choices.
October 5, 2018

Strategic Negotiations Program

Strategic Negotiations »

Family Wealth Management »

Influence success. Create value.

Learn the key frameworks.

Financial Literacy »

Data Literacy Program »

Master the language of finance.
April 27–29, 2018
November 2–4, 2018

Leverage big data. Improve decision-making.

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

Coaching for
Great Work »

The Last Feedback Workshop Ever »

Simple, practical coaching skills for the time-stretched manager and leader.

What if having those tough conversations was just a whole lot less… tough?
September 20, 2018



Critical Governance Issues Forum »

Board Risk Oversight and Insight »

Is your board ready?
May 15, 2018

Better anticipate future trends in risk.
June 19–20, 2018
November 27–28, 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.
June 6–7, 2018

ICPM Board Effectiveness »

Board Human Resources Committee »

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

Impact future organizational growth and success.

Advanced Health Leadership »

Business Leadership Program for In-House Counsel »

Equipping health system leaders for the future.
Module II: April 23–27, 2018

Learn today. Lead tomorrow.
Module I: May 25–27, 2018

Canada's Outstanding Principals »

Community Health Leadership »

An executive leadership training program.

Equipping community health system leaders for the future.

Public Sector Leadership Institute »

UHN-Rotman Leadership Development Program »

Equipping community health system leaders for the future.
Module I: June 18–20, 2018

Develop your leadership and management effectiveness.

Questions?We’re here to help

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

Tel: 416.978.6586

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