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Initiative for Women in Business

The Initiative for Women in Business has been committed to strengthening the female talent pipeline since 2008. Together with award-winning faculty and corporate partners, we proudly support the career development, decision-making and leadership skills of female professionals.

We offer you a blend of practical knowledge and top academic instruction, centered in three key areas: personal performance, leading growth and transition support. With the support of the newly-launched Institute for Gender & the Economy, Rotman is a strong partner to many corporations seeking to advance their thinking and action on gender diversity.


Program Offerings

THE JUDY PROJECT

Dates: May 6 - 11, 2018
Location: The Kingbridge Centre, King City, Ontario
Participant Profile: Senior Management, Senior Vice Presidents, Partners, Managing Directors, and Executive Leaders

EMERGING LEADERS

Dates: November 20-23, 2017
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Participant Profile: AVPs, Directors, Senior Team Leads and Senior Managers

LEADERSHIP IN ADMINISTRATION: A PROGRAM FOR WOMEN ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONALS

Dates: March 1-2, 2018
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Participant Profile: Program/Organizational Administrators and Coordinators, Clerical Supervisors, Executive Assistants

BACK TO WORK

Dates: September 25-27, October 25-26, and November 29-30, 2017
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Participant Profile: Professional women returning to work after a three to eight year absence

BUSINESS LEADERSHIP FOR WOMEN LAWYERS

Dates: April 24-25, 2018
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Participant Profile: Income Partners and Senior Associates

BUSINESS EDGE FOR INTERNATIONALLY EDUCATED PROFESSIONALS

Dates: Begins March 2017 over 4 months
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Participant Profile: Highly skilled international professionals with 1+ years of professional experience in Canada and currently underemployed

Beatrix Top 100

Beatrix Dart, a Rotman professor and founder of the Rotman Initiative for Women in Business, has been named to the Top 100 of Canada's most powerful women by the Women's Executive Network (WXN). Beatrix receives the RBC Champion award for her efforts to advance women in the Canadian workplace.

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