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UBC Executive Education 2008 – 2009 Programs

THE U NIVERSITY OF B R I T I S H CO LU M B I A


Where education is smart business. Long-term success for any organization requires more than mere information. It demands an understanding of how to transform knowledge into strategies for effective action. As one of the foremost authorities in business education and research, UBC’s Sauder School of Business has been providing expertise to leading organizations for more than 50 years. Our incredibly comprehensive depth and breadth of programs taught by world class faculty and top industry practitioners do more than impart critical business acumen. They provide you with strategic and practical tools for leadership in today’s global business environment. Make your learning investment pay dividends for years to come with Sauder Executive Education.

What’s New - 14 new open enrollment courses - 2 new Executive Education certificates - Centre for CEO Leadership - A new residential professional development program for high potential leaders: The Accelerated Leadership Program - Courses in Whistler, BC and Alberta


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Strategic Management Developing Your Strategic Plan Implementing Your Strategic Plan Developing a Balanced Scorecard Implementing a Balanced Scorecard Corporate Social Responsibility *NEW Crisis Management *NEW Leading Change Strategic Decision Making *NEW Structuring and Managing Strategic Alliances

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Leadership Meeting the Leadership Challenge The Art of Facilitation Coaching and Mentoring Coaching for Leadership Excellence The Influential Manager The Leader’s Window Leading High Performance Teams Leading in a Unionized Workplace *NEW

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Personal Development Essential Management Skills Guidelines for the New Manager Innovative Thinking and Problem Solving *NEW Navigating Organizational Behaviour Personal Productivity Workshop Smart Thinking! Essential Thinking Skills for Leaders Stress Management and Self-Coaching *NEW

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Communication and Negotiation Strategies, Skills and Tactics of Negotiations Advanced Negotiation Skills Workshop Changing Minds: The Power of Persuasion Communication Skills for Managers Powerful Presentations Resolving Conflict in the Workplace The Write Stuff

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Human Resource Management Attracting, Retaining and Developing People Creating Culture for Competitive Advantage *NEW Employment and Human Rights Law for Managers Interviewing Skills in a Tight Labour Market *NEW Managing Cultural Diversity *NEW Performance Management that Works Succession Planning

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Finance, Project and Opportunity Management Creating Business Plans for Strategic Opportunities Financial Statement Analysis for the Non-Accountant Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers (in Calgary) Global Business Risk Management *NEW The Project Management Process The Project Management Process (in Calgary)

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Marketing and Sales Management Building Brand Power Integrated Marketing Communications Marketing Research: Getting Good Data for Good Decisions *NEW New Product and Service Development Online Marketing *NEW Selling Strategically to Major Customers Strategic Marketing Management

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Public Sector Management Building Strategic Relationships in the Public Sector *NEW Cost-Benefit and Multi-Goal Analysis for the Public Sector Not-For-Profit Governance Essentials Program Understanding Public-Private Partnerships *NEW

Consult our advisers to assist with developing your personal learning plan: 604.822.8400 or 1.800.618.EXEC (3932)

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INSERT NEW THINKING.

For the highest return on intelligence, the smart money is on Sauder

UBC’s Sauder School of Business connects you to a world of ideas that drive business forward — all backed by one of the most respected, cited and authoritative business schools in the world.

First-class instructors

Western Canada’s largest Executive Education provider

Dedicated facility, desirable location

With more than 100 programs to choose from, Executive Education offers a comprehensive depth and breadth of programs, from project management to powerful presentations, forward-thinking finance to compelling communication. More offerings means enhanced flexibility to fit courses into busy schedules, and greater opportunities to find a program that fits your unique needs.

Our formidable community of leading faculty and business practitioners offer more insights per dollar than any other management training opportunity in Canada.

Located right in the heart of Vancouver’s business community at Robson Square, our facilities are dedicated to creating the perfect learning environment. Our central downtown location puts us right where you want to be, in the centre of Canada’s West Coast business hub.

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What we offer >

SHAPE YOUR PATH.

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Challenge your staff, yourself – and the status quo Wherever you are on your path to success – from middle or senior manager to CEO – UBC Executive Education delivers a full spectrum of learning opportunities, from one-off courses to certificates to full degree programs. We are now offering more choices than ever before, so you can find the program that suits your organizational or personal goals. Whatever you choose, the classes will be highly interactive, stimulating and applicable to your business performance.

Open Enrollment Courses

The Centre for CEO Leadership

Accelerated Leadership Program

A world of ideas.

Created by leaders, for leaders.

Build your leadership capacity.

At the heart of our education offerings are our open enrollment courses, two to five day offerings where you will find must-have knowledge and insights for those keen to make their mark in the business world. Get familiar with a discipline outside your expertise, or further refine your knowledge in subjects central to your role. Our open enrollment policy and guarantee of customer satisfaction ensure there are no barriers to advancing your skill set.

As the only Canadian university centre dedicated to supporting top business leaders, The Centre for CEO Leadership offers CEOs a unique and valuable forum for true peer-topeer leadership education and knowledge transfer. The Centre provides access to the world’s preeminent management scholars and the most current business research — all supported by the substantial resources and networks of the Sauder School of Business.

Organizations that groom their leaders also nurture success. The Accelerated Leadership Program is designed to transform highpotential performers into outstanding leaders. Delivered over a four-month period, the program includes two residential sessions in Whistler, BC, a consulting project, executive coaching and is taught by internationally recognized professors and practitioners.

Executive Education Certificates

Custom Programs / Corporate Services

Learning with dividends. Take executive education to greater heights with the opportunity to earn certificates in a host of business disciplines. Featuring indepth investigation into the latest business thinking—as well as flexible course selection and completion dates—Executive Education Certificates provide the tools to create real change in your organization, and the credentials to back it up.

Custom, collaborative solutions that count. Partner with UBC Sauder Corporate Services to create custom programs and content for your management team that are as dynamic as your business environment. Whether your organization is grappling with decision-making issues, looking to fill a knowledge or skills gap or boost employee retention, our awardwinning team of content-delivery experts provide challenging, intensive, fast-paced and interactive learning environments focused on your organization’s needs.

Degree Programs Long-term thinking for longterm benefits. Take the next step in your career with a parttime or Executive MBA program. Designed for the working professional, our MBA programs combine top-calibre content with the flexibility needed to suit your busy schedule. Executive MBA programs may also be customized to meet an organization’s specific employee development objectives.

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Personal Learning Planner & Calendar

Leadership

Finance, Project and Opportunity Management

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Custom Programs / Corporate Services

Meeting the Leadership Challenge The Art of Facilitation Coaching and Mentoring Coaching for Leadership Excellence

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The Influential Manager

Open Enrollment

The Leader’s Window

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Certificates Strategic Leadership

Leading High Performance Teams Leading in a Unionized Workplace *NEW P.16

Executive General Management

Personal Development

Management Excellence

Essential Management Skills

Communication and Negotiation

Guidelines for the New Manager

Human Resource Management

Innovative Thinking and Problem Solving *NEW

Marketing and Sales Management *NEW

Navigating Organizational Behaviour

Public Sector Management *NEW

Personal Productivity Workshop

Management Development

Smart Thinking! Essential Thinking Skills for Leaders

UBC Certificate in Project Management

Stress Management and Self-Coaching *NEW P.10

Top Management The Centre for CEO Leadership *NEW

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Communication and Negotiation Strategies, Skills and Tactics of Negotiations

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General Management Accelerated Leadership Program *NEW P.12

Strategic Management Developing Your Strategic Plan Implementing Your Strategic Plan Developing a Balanced Scorecard Implementing a Balanced Scorecard Corporate Social Responsibility *NEW Crisis Management *NEW Leading Change Strategic Decision Making *NEW Structuring and Managing Strategic Alliances

Advanced Negotiation Skills Workshop

Financial Statement Analysis for the Non-Accountant Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers Global Business Risk Management *NEW The Project Management Process P.24

Marketing and Sales Management Building Brand Power Integrated Marketing Communications Marketing Research: Getting Good Data for Good Decisions *NEW New Product and Service Development Online Marketing *NEW Selling Strategically to Major Customers Strategic Marketing Management P.26

Public Sector Management Building Strategic Relationships in the Public Sector *NEW

Changing Minds: The Power of Persuasion

Cost-Benefit and Multi-Goal Analysis for the Public Sector

Communication Skills for Managers

Not-For-Profit Governance Essentials Program

Powerful Presentations

Understanding Public-Private Partnerships *NEW

Resolving Conflict in the Workplace The Write Stuff P.20

Human Resource Management Attracting, Retaining and Developing People Creating Culture for Competitive Advantage *NEW Employment and Human Rights Law for Managers Interviewing Skills in a Tight Labour Market *NEW Managing Cultural Diversity *NEW Performance Management that Works Succession Planning

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Creating Business Plans for Strategic Opportunities

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Degree Programs Corporate Executive EMBA EMBA in Healthcare MBA Part-time Program P.30

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Custom Programs / Corporate Services >

CREATING SOLUTIONS THAT FIT YOUR BUSINESS.. BUSINESS

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Partnering with the Sauder School of Business Partnering with the Sauder School of Business can be a key strategy for moving your organization forward. Our custom programs and corporate services offer comprehensive learning and organizational development support that is truly aligned with your strategy, culture and values. Whether it’s a one-time program or an ongoing learning alliance, we create integrated solutions for lasting impact.

The value we bring goes well beyond isolated learning events; in working with our partners we focus on: - Creating career-path driven programs that fit as critical components in a company’s strategy for succession planning and talent management - On-demand learning in support of culture-change initiatives and businessdriven organizational transformation - Best-practice-based knowledge sharing - Business problem-solving, opportunity recognition and innovation – We work across the whole spectrum of needs from entry-level managers to senior executives on solutions that fit your unique challenges and expectations.

Promoting integrated systemsoriented thinking Central to our learning philosophy, whether in our renowned MBA program or through custom executive programs, we believe that no function within a company operates independently from the others. Business is truly multi-dimensional; broad-based approaches to decision making and execution are always the most strategic – and usually the most successful. Our customized, crossdisciplinary solutions reflect this philosophy by tapping into deep expertise from across all areas within Sauder and other faculties at the University of British Columbia.

A sample of our recent clients

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Access to and integration of world-class resources The Sauder School of Business provides access to unparalleled resources and a global network of leading faculty, practitioners and consultants. It is a powerful combination of real-world experience, leading-edge research and internationally recognized teaching ability.

Accreditation and prestige that only a university can provide We are able to recognize individual learning efforts through Sauder certificates of achievement, tailored Diplomas and laddering of programs up to Executive MBA-level. Through a strategically designed, customized framework for certification and accreditation, we are able to match your goals for employee retention and professional development, while reinforcing your corporate vision, values and business approach.

To discuss a custom program or initiative, please contact Corporate Services Executive Education Sauder School of Business University of British Columbia 800 Robson Street Vancouver, BC V6Z 3B7

Client Comments “We would like to recommend Sauder to any other business or organization seeking to develop its people with timely, focused and user-friendly programs.”

Philippe Lacamp Vice President, North America Cathay Pacific Airways

“Sauder School of Business helped us develop a leadership program for our team in Shanghai. We were very happy with the outcome as it was challenging to strike the right balance between practical leadership application and theory, while also taking into account the cultural and demographic challenges of the team. The reviews of the program were very positive and we look forward to working with the Sauder School of Business again.”

Eeva Isaksson Training Manager Business Objects, an SAP Company

tel (+1) 604.822.8407 toll free 1.800.618.EXEC (for calls in Canada) fax (+1) 604-822-8496 email corporate.services@sauder.ubc.ca website www.sauder.ubc.ca/exec_ed

AeroInfo/Boeing Beijing & Xi’an Local Taxation Bureau Business Objects Cathay Pacific Airways Chinese Central Organization Chinese Provincial Governments Citibank Korea Envision Financial Fundação Dom Cabral Hayes Forest Services HSBC China Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad Kinross Gold Corporation Korean Government

Korea Telecom Ministry of Attorney General Moulding and Millwork Nintendo Odlum Brown PowerSmart/BC Hydro Petrobras Radio Beijing Shanghai Bao Steel Group Shanghai Telecom Teekay Shipping Telus Tolko Industries Vancouver Coastal Health


Integrated Corporate Learning Solutions

360-reviews, Leadership Impact Assessments, Psychometric Testing, Cultural Diagnostics

Learning Evaluations, Certification and Accreditation up to Executive MBA

Customized Leadership and Management Development Programs

Integrated Learning Solutions for Lasting Organizational Impact

Specialist Advisory Services, Strategic Facilitation, Business-critical Problemsolving, Opportunity Recognition and Innovation

One-on-one and Team Executive Coaching, Health Management

On-demand assistance to HR Teams: Development Planning, Employee Surveys, Counseling, Recruitment

Sauder Corporate Services (SCS) combines the flexibility of a professional consultancy with the quality and staying power of a world-class academic brand. Leveraging an unequaled network of resources and academic partners around the world, SCS can design and deliver management development solutions globally, with a specific emphasis on Canada, Europe, China and other emerging markets (BRIC). Constantly pushing the frontiers of management development, SCS is the ideal partner for organizations in need of innovative approaches, committed to results and willing to take a fresh look at their overall succession planning and organizational development strategy.

Jerome Couturier Associate Dean, Professional Graduate Programs

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Open Enrollment >

COMPLETE YOUR PIECE OF MIND.

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Certificates Learning with Dividends

Executive Education Certificates Planning your or your people’s professional development can be a real challenge. To help you chart your learning path, we have designed a series of flexible-curriculum certificates. Each certificate is organized around a group of core courses that develop specific managerial competencies. To complete a certificate, you take a minimum of six core courses within a six year time period. Upon completion, you receive an Executive Education Certificate in recognition of your investment in learning. To learn more about the specific focus and core courses for each certificate, please visit the “Certificates� section of our website.

Strategic Leadership Objective: to enhance strategic leadership skills and increase the ability to implement high-level organizational initiatives Participants: executives, senior managers or others who wish to become more effective leaders in their organization

Executive General Management Objective: to provide an understanding of organizational challenges and to enable an integration of activities across the organization Participants: those already in a senior management position or just about to enter one

Management Excellence Objective: to develop the core skills and ideas needed to become an effective manager, and to build the knowledge required to move on to more senior or specialist executive programs Participants: those who are currently in or entering a management position

Communication and Negotiation Objective: to develop the communication and negotiation skills required to build consensus, maintain positive relationships and achieve desired outcomes Participants: leaders and managers who wish to improve their verbal, written or presentation skills, and those who develop strategic relationships through negotiation

Human Resource Management Objective: to develop the skills needed to manage people more effectively, in order to maximize their contribution to organizational objectives Participants: general managers, department managers and team leaders who want to handle human resource issues better, and human resource specialists who wish to consolidate their knowledge

UBC Certificates The following certificate is offered in partnership with UBC Continuing Studies, and in collaboration with UBC Faculty of Applied Science.

UBC Certificate in Project Management Objective: to provide participants with the knowledge and skills needed to excel as project managers. This certificate is compatible with the industry standard set by the Project Management Institute Participants: experienced project managers facing new challenges and novice managers leading their first project Information: www.tech.ubc.ca/project

Marketing and Sales Management *NEW Objective: to develop fundamental skills for creating and executing a comprehensive marketing and sales program for an organization Participants: managers or leaders who currently have responsibilities in some aspect of marketing or sales management

Public Sector Management *NEW Objective: to enhance the strategic management skills needed in the public sector Participants: executives and managers within municipal, provincial or federal governments

Management Development Certificate Objective: to enable participants to tailor a program that best meets their specific learning needs. Participants may complete any six Executive Education courses for this certificate

To view certificate core courses: www.sauder.ubc.ca/exec_ed 09


The Centre for CEO Leadership

The Centre for CEO Leadership is a medium for true peer-to-peer leadership education and knowledge transfer between and among the region’s top executives and foremost scholars. It will play an integral role in developing and supporting our current and next generations of business leaders. The Centre’s value to CEOs and their organizations is twofold: first is the opportunity to participate in facilitated peer-to-peer learning with CEOs in similarly sized non-competing organizations; second is gaining access to cutting-edge research and subject experts/leading scholars, all supported by the resources and networks of a world-class business school and university. Throughout the year, the Centre will arrange and host a series of events specific to the CEO community, in addition to the production of annual white papers on issues pressing to senior leaders.

CEO Summits One and a half day event held twice per year. This event will be facilitated and will allow peer-to-peer learning through the sharing of current business issues and the opportunity for CEO peers to comment. Information on specific issues will be shared in advance of the summit to allow CEOs to delve more deeply into issues in a shorter time frame. Guests will include high profile senior and respected business leaders and academics drawn globally. The Centre will also be developing Executive Coaching Programs, Executive Briefings, and other professional development support directed at senior level CEOs.

For further information on the Centre for CEO Leadership, please contact tel 604.822.8893 toll-free 1.800.618.EXEC (3932)

www.sauder.ubc.ca/ceo

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Accelerated Leadership Program NEW

Developing future and current leaders is the most important investment an organization can make to maintain its competitive edge.

Program Candidates

Special Features

To be considered for this program, applicants must:

- Mentorship coaching for a senior organizational leader

The Accelerated Leadership Program (ALP) is a rigorous professional development course created to significantly enrich an organization’s leadership capacity. Designed to transform high-potential performers into outstanding leaders, it assists organizations to develop and embed leadership as a core competency for the long term.

- be identified by their organization as a high-potential performer

- 360 degree assessments and personal coaching for the individual learner

- have between six and ten years of managerial and leadership experience

- Applied business projects focusing on a current business challenge and a future opportunity

The ALP program brings together worldrenowned faculty, real-life business applications, and leading research to prepare exceptional performers for their role as future corporate leaders. Transformative and collaborative, it focuses on cultivating the leadership skills that will enable emerging leaders to overcome complex business challenges and drive progressive change in their organizations.

- come prepared to participate fully in program discussions and add value by sharing their experiences with others

Location and Timing Whistler, BC

First Residency October 26 to November 6, 2008

Second Residency February 22 - 27, 2009

- exhibit a base level of understanding in functional business areas such as accounting, finance, marketing, technology, and operations

- Follow-up to reinforce learning and ensure the program’s ongoing value to the organization - Successful completion includes the UBC certificate in Strategic Leadership

Fee Program Content In the first residency, participants will focus on building their core knowledge of business fundamentals, and on developing key skills in leading themselves and others. The final residency integrates all previous learning into a cross-functional understanding. The focus is on overall business leadership and how participants may apply their new knowledge within their own organizations. Between the two residencies, participants will work on a group organizational project through a series of online discussions.

$19,000 CAD (paid through two installments of $9,500, due at the beginning of each residency) Fee includes all materials, accommodation and meals, assessment and coaching sessions. It does not include transportation to or from Whistler.

For more information please contact UBC Executive Education Sauder School of Business tel 604.822.8893 toll-free 1.800.618.EXEC (3932)

www.sauder.ubc.ca/exec_ed/ALP Program Benefits - Accelerates the transformation of successful managers into exceptional leaders - Builds an organizational culture of leadership, development and mentorship - Strengthens organizational succession planning and competitiveness - Helps the organization recognize strategic opportunities and keep pace through innovative, far-sighted business solutions - Leverages the experience of renowned faculty from the Sauder School of Business and experts from around the world - Provides relevant, integrated and actionoriented learning, as participants work on applied projects chosen from their own organization 11


Strategic Management Learn to see the big picture – and then shape it.

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Plan for business success in the face of complexity and uncertainty by developing your abilities to formulate organizational goals, analyze external forces and internal capabilities, and accurately measure performance. Learn how to prepare your organization’s strategic plan, build alliances that support your growth strategy, and to execute change.

Developing Your Strategic Plan

Implementing Your Strategic Plan

Developing a Balanced Scorecard

May 11-13, 2009

May 14-15, 2009

December 9-10, 2008

Whatever your business situation, strategic analysis and planning can improve long-term profitability and cash flow. This senior-level course describes the latest ideas and practices in strategic management, and helps you prepare a strategic plan for your organization.

Many change initiatives fail because of improper implementation. This course develops your ability as a leader to implement strategic plans and other change initiatives. You will receive opportunities to apply what you are learning to your own business situation.

A Balanced Scorecard is a set of measures that provide a comprehensive business overview. In this workshop you will build the skills to create a Strategy Map and Balanced Scorecard for your organization, and prepare to champion their final development back at work.

- Develop your capacity to think and act strategically

- Link your strategic plans to effective implementation

- Define measures and targets that relate to key strategic objectives

- Analyze your capabilities and create a strategic plan that focuses on the right goals

- Foster support and empowerment, while overcoming resistance to change

- Develop a Strategic Map that identifies cause and effect relationships

- Identify strategic opportunities that position your company for growth

- Keep your implementation efforts moving forward in the organization

- Create an effective Scorecard that generates excitement and ownership among people

Fee: $1,995 + GST

Fee: $1,250 + GST

Fee: $1,150 + GST

Joint fee with Implementing Your Strategic Plan: $2,900

Joint fee with Developing Your Strategic Plan: $2,900

Joint fee with Implementing a Balanced Scorecard: $2,070

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Implementing a Balanced Scorecard

Corporate Social Responsibility *NEW

May 28-29, 2009

March 5-6, 2009

This interactive workshop will help you refine the design of your organization’s Balanced Scorecard, and develop a comprehensive implementation plan that builds commitment and performance. Note: the course assumes prior familiarity with Balanced Scorecard design.

Corporate Social Responsibility has stepped out of the sidelines to become a real priority for business. This course will help you take control of your CSR agenda, and convert it into a win-win situation that balances the interests of multiple stakeholders while enhancing your brand and organizational reputation.

- Create an implementation initiative that links the Scorecard to key management processes - Develop a process for collecting data and reporting performance - Cascade the Scorecard to business units and departments

- Analyze your company’s performance on all major dimensions of CSR - Engage stakeholders as partners in your CSR efforts - Learn an approach for aligning CSR with your strategy and business performance

Fee: $1,150 + GST Joint fee with Developing a Balanced Scorecard: $2,070

Leading Change November 5-7, 2008 February 17-19, 2009 This workshop explores a structured approach for planning and implementing change. It includes a realistic computer simulation that will enable you to practice a major change initiative within a fictitious organization. - Understand what can go wrong in change efforts and how to undertake change successfully - Diagnose core issues and the direction you need to move in - Overcome resistance and build an effective team and plan to drive change processes Fee: $1,995 + GST

Crisis Management *NEW March 9-10, 2009 This course examines the nature of crises and provides guidance in how to prepare for them. You will learn how to prevent crises from occurring, manage them more effectively when they do arise, and implement changes afterward to improve corporate response in the future. - Avoid preventable crises and mitigate the ones you can’t control - Build a crisis management team and a proactive plan to help you through the chaos - Safeguard your stakeholder relationships and company reputation Fee: $1,150 + GST

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Strategic Decision Making *NEW

Structuring and Managing Strategic Alliances

October 28-29, 2008

November 3-4, 2008 February 3-4, 2009

In this workshop, you will practice proven techniques for making better strategic decisions in the face of complexity, uncertainty and conflicting objectives. You’ll also clarify your corporate strategy to ensure your decisions keep you moving in the right direction. - Scan your environment from many angles, to discover options and predict consequences - Use a systematic analysis and problem solving framework to structure your planning - Make better decisions as a team or when many stakeholders are involved

This course shows how to achieve strategic objectives through alliances built on best practice and best process principles. You’ll gain an alliance “architecture of success,” including critical concepts, best practice blueprints, metrics and systems frameworks. - Tailor your growth strategy through the use of alliances - Select the right partners and manage your alliances for optimum performance - Integrate your vision and operations, and create powerful synergies

Fee: $1,150 + GST Fee: $1,195 + GST

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Leadership Transcend the ordinary.

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Good leadership demands creative strategies to inspire others to transcend the ordinary and achieve the extraordinary. Meet the challenges of leadership head-on by discovering how to transform managers into successful leaders, become an influential coach and mentor, and cultivate people and their ideas through facilitation.

Meeting the Leadership Challenge

The Art of Facilitation

Coaching and Mentoring

May 24-29, 2009

October 15-16, 2008 February 25-26, 2009

October 20-21, 2008 February 3-4, 2009

It is no longer effective to lead by command. Instead, managers need to cultivate people and help them share their ideas in productive ways. In this workshop, you will practice skills for enhancing your abilities as a facilitative leader.

In this action-packed workshop, you will learn vital coaching and mentoring skills used by great coaches for developing competencies and confidence in people. You’ll also promote a “can-do” attitude for getting the job done well.

- Facilitate dialogues that build trust, commitment and productivity

- Assess your strengths as a coach and mentor

This residential program will broaden your understanding of what it takes to be an effective leader. You will experience intellectual challenge and personal fulfillment, as you expand your leadership horizons and learn to lead yourself and others in healthy, productive ways. The program format is highly interactive. You will work on projects to solve real-life leadership challenges, and you’ll take away a leadership game plan for organizational and personal transformation. - See yourself, your organization and your environment from many perspectives - Improve essential leadership skills in coaching, communication, negotiation, creativity and political ability - Cultivate a calm, clear mind even in times of stress - Recognize your personal values and improve your balance as a human being and leader Fee: $6,500 + GST Fee includes accommodation and meals

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- Foster a collaborative environment that invites people to engage and participate

- Learn new ways of coaching and mentoring to achieve superior performance

- Increase accountability for ongoing results

- Create custom learning plans that align individual needs with business goals

Fee: $1,150 + GST

Fee: $1,175 + GST


Coaching for Leadership Excellence November 4-5, 2008 March 31-April 1, 2009 June 9-10, 2009

The Influential Manager

The Leader’s Window

February 11-12, 2009

October 27-28, 2008 March 24-25, 2009

In this workshop, you will learn how to use influence to accomplish organizational goals. You’ll discover how organizational politics are connected to personal effectiveness, and how power can be exercised to make good things happen in constructive ways.

In this program, you will learn insights and skills required of an effective business leader. You’ll receive feedback on your leadership style, and practice proven techniques for getting the best possible performance from people.

- Acquire influence tactics you can use to create lasting change

- Discover your natural leadership preferences and increase your flexibility

- Increase your self-awareness of who you are and what you do as a coach

- Learn how to manage, share and leverage critical resources and networks

- Work with people at different levels of development and motivation

- Learn to structure a coaching conversation that sets the right tone and context

- Build a personal game plan for increasing your influence effectiveness

- Hone your emotional intelligence, communication and leadership influence skills

Fee: $1,150 + GST

Fee: $1,150 + GST

Leading High Performance Teams

Leading in a Unionized Workplace v

October 22-23, 2008 February 5-6, 2009

November 20-21, 2008 April 2-3, 2009

Organizations that shed traditional hierarchies invariably notice large improvements in performance and customer satisfaction. This workshop will give you the tools you need to lead top performing work teams and maintain enthusiasm at the highest level.

This course prepares managers and supervisors to lead appropriately and confidently within a unionized setting, while developing collaborative interactions with employees and union representatives.

Coaching is a key role of senior managers, yet it is often only a small component of their managerial training. In this hands-on workshop, you will firmly establish coaching skills as an essential element in your leadership toolbox.

- Practice your coaching skills in real-world exercises, and get feedback from professional practitioners Fee: $1,250 + GST

- Involve people in designing how the team functions - Create joint missions and goals, and measure team performance - Empower people for better results and a stronger organization

- Develop a solid framework for interpreting the collective agreement - Learn constructive ways to deal with conflict, grievances and disciplinary action - Reduce defensiveness and reactance through healthy two-way communication Fee: $1,150 + GST

Fee: $1,175 + GST

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Personal Development Be the change you want to see in your business.

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Improving your prospects starts by improving yourself. Embark on a personal development path by discovering the keys to innovative thinking and problem solving, improving your productivity, understanding human behaviours that affect the workplace, or developing fundamental managerial skills.

Essential Management Skills

Guidelines for the New Manager

Innovative Thinking and Problem Solving *NEW

October 20-24, 2008 December 8-12, 2008 March 30-April 3, 2009

November 13-14, 2008

February 2-3, 2009

This course addresses the special problems and time constraints faced by new managers, and provides fast, practical training to prepare participants for their new responsibilities.

Complex problems in business and government defy easy solutions, and are rarely solved by brainstorming alone. In this workshop you will learn a comprehensive process for solving complex problems, and apply this process to one of your own work projects.

Designed for new managers or managers who wish to update their skill set, this course provides new perspectives on contemporary management issues and develops core competencies for managerial success. It also includes an applied work project to facilitate learning. - Build strength in change management, leadership, team building and decision making - Develop personal skills in emotional intelligence, self-motivation and toxic handling - Improve communication and the ability to manage difficult issues and people Fee: $2,305 + GST

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- Manage the performance of individuals and teams - Deal with conflict and build collaborative relationships - Prepare and run effective meetings Fee: $1,150 + GST

- Gain a deep understanding of the problem by analyzing its context and component issues - Open yourself up to new ideas by learning from the perspectives of other people - Generate creative strategies and solutions that change the business landscape Fee: $1,360 + GST


Navigating Organizational Behaviour

Personal Productivity Workshop

November 17-18, 2008 February 23-24, 2009 May 11-12, 2009

November 19-20, 2008 May 13-14, 2009

This highly informative course will help you understand recurring human behaviours that often bog down workplace relationships. You will discover best practice strategies and techniques for dealing with the people around you in positive, productive ways.

This course explores the problems and solutions of effective time management. You will learn to create a personalized system that helps you organize and balance the many demands on your time. You will also receive a six-week follow-up to remind you of your objectives.

- Understand basic communication styles, and adapt your style to suit the situation

- Understand your needs and priorities, and organize yourself accordingly

- Use motivation strategies to motivate yourself and others

- Deal with pressure, disorganization, procrastination, interruptions and time-wasters

- Stick handle organizational politics and optimize your power and influence

- Leverage time through communication, delegation and well-run meetings

Fee: $1,150 + GST

Fee: $1,150 + GST

Smart Thinking! Essential Thinking Skills for Leaders

Stress Management and Self-Coaching *NEW

February 17-18, 2009

November 13-14, 2008

This course features a business-oriented system that helps individuals, teams and organizations think better and work smarter in today’s rapidly changing workplace. The skills are simple to understand, easy to use, and broad enough to apply to any situation.

While a little stress can be motivating, too much shuts us down and inhibits our performance. This innovative workshop takes you through an active journey within your body and mind, to discover your personal stress patterns and the physical and mental techniques for releasing them.

- Identify your dominant thinking style and expand your thinking abilities - Complete tasks faster by shifting to the most appropriate thinking style for any situation - Appreciate the strengths of others and capitalize on diversity

- Alleviate your stress level so you can perform better in difficult business situations - Empower yourself with subtle, efficient and ready-to-use exercises - Recover from periods of stress and restore vibrant focus and energy

Fee: $1,150 + GST Fee: $1,045 + GST

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Communication and Negotiation Before good results, good communication.

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Better communication skills deliver better results in every situation. Discover compelling new ways to create communication breakthroughs, whether you seek favourable negotiation outcomes, improved workplace cohesiveness, conflict resolution or more powerful presentations.

Strategies, Skills and Tactics of Negotiations

Advanced Negotiation Skills Workshop

Changing Minds: The Power of Persuasion

September 24-26, 2008 December 8-10, 2008 February 18-20, 2009 April 20-22, 2009 June 15-17, 2009

December 11-12, 2008 May 26-27, 2009

October 23-24, 2008 March 2-3, 2009

This course offers an opportunity to improve your negotiation skills associated with both competitive and collaborative styles. You will focus on developing specific negotiating behaviours through practical exercises and individual feedback.

This course looks at the strategies and skills of effective persuasion. You will learn what tactics to employ in a variety of situations, and gain practice in the ethical use of persuasive techniques.

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to negotiations. The objective is to help you prepare for, open, bargain and close any type of negotiation more effectively. To ensure practical relevance and develop critical skills, you will apply the content in actual negotiation exercises. - Sharpen your ability to define your objectives and priorities - Evaluate the objectives, strengths and weaknesses of others - Analyze the situation and design strategies accordingly Fee: $1,755 + GST Joint fee with Advanced Negotiation Skills Workshop: $2,700

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- Plan negotiation behaviours as an element of strategy development - Develop your repertoire of styles - Make good negotiation choices Fee: $1,255 + GST Joint fee with Strategies, Skills & Tactics of Negotiations: $2,700

Note: This course is not intended for inexperienced managers. - Strengthen your listening, questioning and rapport-building skills - Appeal to people’s intellectual and emotional sides - Present yourself with greater confidence and professionalism Fee: $1,150 + GST


Communication Skills for Managers November 26-27, 2008 February 9-10, 2009 April 27-28, 2009 June 22-23, 2009 This course is designed for new managers who wish to support their career development by sharpening skills in the crucial areas of speaking, listening and interpreting interpersonal communications. The interactive format affords ample opportunity for practice and feedback.

Powerful Presentations October 30-31, 2008 January 28-29, 2009 March 23-24, 2009 June 1-2, 2009 This workshop will help you gain the confidence you need to make your authentic voice heard in this noisy world. Whether you’re speaking in a boardroom or on stage, you’ll learn key skills for engaging your audience with clarity, passion and purpose. - Channel a positive energy that puts you in control and keeps you there

- Learn about and use your communication style to best advantage

- Organize your ideas and material for maximum impact

- Improve interpersonal relationships and enhance staff motivation and teamwork

- Get people’s interest, establish rapport and persuade them

- Use strategic communications planning to achieve your objectives

Fee: $1,220 + GST

Fee: $1,150 + GST

Resolving Conflict in the Workplace February 16-17, 2009 In this course, you will gain valuable insights into the nature of workplace conflict. You’ll learn how to avoid conflicts and resolve them in a fair and considerate manner. You will leave with an action plan for applying a conflict resolution process in your organization. - Understand how you respond to conflict, and adapt your style to particular situations - Develop your collaborative and communication skills - Mobilize mediation techniques to help others resolve conflicts

The Write Stuff October 28-29, 2008 February 5-6, 2009 May 27-28, 2009 This course will help you produce writing that is correct, clear, concise and effective— writing that puts your best face forward and gets results. - Gain control of your message and find a natural writing voice - Reduce errors and punctuate with greater confidence - Generate and organize ideas faster and more effectively Fee: $1,095 + GST

Fee: $1,150 + GST

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Human Resource Management Develop your competitive edge.

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In a world where skilled human capital is a scarce resource, the ability to recruit, develop and retain the right people becomes a powerful competitive advantage. Learn strategies and best practices to bring star employees on board, discover the keys to motivate and develop your best and brightest talent, and create a seamless management succession plan.

Attracting, Retaining and Developing People

Creating Culture for Competitive Advantage *NEW

Employment and Human Rights Law for Managers

November 3-4, 2008 February 25-26, 2009

March 2-3, 2009

May 4-5, 2009

This course helps managers and human resource professionals understand best practice strategies and techniques that can have a positive impact on attracting and retaining people, and the roles played by key people in supporting these strategies.

Just as a business strategy can make or break an organization, so can its culture. This workshop will walk you through the steps involved in cultural transformation, including identifying your desired culture, leading the necessary changes, and gaining commitment to the new reality.

This course describes the law as it affects employment contracts, wrongful dismissal, employment standards, human rights and the Charter of Rights. It covers both British Columbia and federal jurisdictions, and outlines recent legislative developments.

- Develop strategies and retention plans for your organization and key employees

- Organize your culture change efforts and resources to focus on the right elements

- Design jobs so that they have higher motivational properties

- Use culture to attract and retain top talent in today’s tough labour market

- Create strategies for developing talent at all levels and across all functions

- Lead a culture change initiative that is a true source of competitive advantage

Fee: $1,150 + GST

Fee: $1,150 + GST

- Know the law as it applies to termination of an employment relationship - Understand critical issues to be considered in all aspects of discrimination - Gain familiarity with legal requirements for enforcement of restrictive covenants Fee: $1,150 + GST

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Interviewing Skills in a Tight Labour Market *NEW

Managing Cultural Diversity *NEW

November 24-25, 2008

November 19-20, 2008

This workshop shows how to conduct interviews that will give your organization a competitive hiring advantage. You’ll discover what really matters to candidates, and gain hands-on practice in creating a great recruitment experience.

This course explores issues of diversity and inclusion from personal, cultural and company perspectives. You will learn how to unleash the power of diversity by linking it to organizational strategy, corporate culture, human resource management, leadership and change management.

- Identify whether or not a candidate will perform on the job, and select the best person - Increase your offer-to-acceptance ratios with premier candidates - Position your company as a preferred employer Fee: $1,150 + GST

- Learn the cultural competence skills needed to build a harmonious team - Evaluate the effectiveness of diversity strategies and impact on organizational efficacy - Nurture cultural fluency as an essential facet of organizational culture Fee: $1,150 + GST

Performance Management that Works November 26-27, 2008 In this course, you will learn how to design an effective performance management system and implement it successfully in your organization. The focus is on maximizing the contribution of your people to organizational goals. - Tie performance management to the business strategy and tangible goals - Motivate people by enhancing fairness, reliability and validity of the evaluation system - Manage the performance of marginal employees, while fostering performance excellence

Succession Planning March 24-25, 2009 This course helps managers and human resource professionals understand issues affecting succession management. You will discover best practice strategies and techniques that can have a positive impact on succession planning. - Create a best practice mentoring and succession management program - Develop high potential employees and a leadership pipeline - Link succession planning to the overall business strategy Fee: $1,150 + GST

Fee: $1,150 + GST

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Finance, Project and Opportunity Management Tools to make every opportunity matter.

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Success in any business environment demands the application of sound concepts and principles. Uncover and maximize your opportunities by learning financial literacy, the essentials of global risk management, and effective controls in the project management process.

Creating Business Plans for Strategic Opportunities

Financial Statement Analysis for the Non-Accountant

November 19-21, 2008

December 1-2, 2008 March 31-April 1, 2009

This course provides managers with tools to analyze opportunities and create business plans that can help them visualize where their firm, department or project needs to go, how to get there and what to do along the way to reduce uncertainty, manage risk and maximize opportunities. - Create a business plan to evaluate the viability of an opportunity or project

This course provides a basic understanding of financial statements and an appreciation for the use of key financial analysis tools. Participants are not expected to have any formal accounting experience. - Be able to interpret key financial figures and their impact on your business

- Make realistic financial projections

- Understand the relationships between investment, operational and financing decisions

- Identify your competitive advantages and promote critical success factors

- Learn the danger signals to look for when assessing viability

Fee: $1,360 + GST

Fee: $1,150 + GST

Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers October 28-30, 2008 November 4-6, 2008 (Calgary) November 25-27, 2008 January 26-28, 2009 March 9-11, 2009 May 26-28, 2009 The goal of this course is to enable managers with no experience in accounting or financial management to develop a working knowledge of these areas and to be comfortable discussing financial decisions. - Get a better understanding of financial terminology, information and implications - Apply basic financial concepts that remove guesswork from your decision making - Integrate financial information with other business functions Fee: $1,645 + GST

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Global Business Risk Management *NEW

The Project Management Process

November 24-25, 2008

October 15-17, 2008 November 4-6, 2008 (Calgary) December 3-5, 2008 March 11-13, 2009 April 27-29, 2009

This course exposes participants to leadingedge techniques for identifying, evaluating and managing global business risks. As risk and expected profit often go hand in hand, the objective is to show you how to protect your assets while taking advantage of emerging opportunities. - Recognize the key drivers of global risk and what businesses can do about them - Quantify financial, social, political and economic risks and opportunities - Develop strategies for managing risk and for monitoring risk processes

This course looks at the total project management process, from planning and organization to implementation, with special emphasis on cost control. It also describes scope, quality, time and risk control, and the human factors that play an important role in every project. - Use effective management techniques that encompass the full life cycle of a project - Lead and motivate a project team - Bring in your projects on time and on budget

Fee: $1,255 + GST Fee: $1,645 + GST

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Participant Testimonials

“Definitely a must-have course for those organizations striving to become a Top 10 employer.” Bob Reid Project Manager BC Hydro

“The course content was excellent. The instructor was also very effective – I enjoyed his real-life stories and depth of knowledge.” Andrew Beaumont Manager, Branch Expansion Vancity Insurance Services

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Marketing and Sales Management Master your market.

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Learn how to better reach and understand your customers and you’ll see immediate impact. Seize online marketing opportunities, create strategies that maximize your resources, design insightful market research and turn prospects into profits.

Building Brand Power June 1-2, 2009 Powerful brands exhibit increased customer loyalty and higher profitability. This course provides a systematic approach for developing and maintaining effective brands. - Learn about brand personality, positioning, architecture and extension - Design enhanced marketing programs that build brand equity - Measure and interpret brand performance Fee: $1,150 + GST

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Integrated Marketing Communications

Marketing Research: Getting Good Data for Good Decisions *NEW

April 30-May 1, 2009

February 24-25, 2009

One key to a firm’s profitability is effectively communicating the benefits of its brands to customers. This course will help you develop and manage an effective marketing communication program that integrates multiple promotional channels.

To run a successful business, it is essential to have a solid understanding of customers and market trends. This course demonstrates market research tools and techniques that can be readily employed by any business manager.

- Plan, create, develop and execute various types of marketing communications - Integrate and leverage traditional channels with electronic media

- Access the wealth of data already out there on customers, industries and trends - Choose the best method and design for collecting new information

- Analyze and improve campaign quality

- Develop research surveys and other tools quickly and efficiently

Fee: $1,150 + GST

Fee: $1,045 + GST


New Product and Service Development February 9-10, 2009 New products and services are vital to a company’s profitability. In this course, you will experience the various stages of new product development from idea generation to concept testing, and learn about factors that influence success and failure at each stage. - Generate ideas for new products and services - Understand various approaches to concept testing, and know when to use each - Increase your chances of a successful launch Fee: $1,150 + GST

Online Marketing *NEW October 21-22, 2008 Online marketing is growing in importance. This hands-on workshop provides a roadmap for approaching web-based marketing. You will learn how to audit your organization’s current web activities, and gain a broader vision of e-marketing tools and options. - Adapt your site to improve the customer experience and company profitability - Explore a full range of initiatives that can lead to stronger customer relationships - Develop an online marketing plan that creates synergies with offline activities Fee: $1,150 + GST

Selling Strategically to Major Customers

Strategic Marketing Management

November 6-7, 2008

November 3-4, 2008

Business-to-business selling to key accounts requires a sophisticated strategic approach. In this course, you’ll learn a structured sales process tailored to complex, unpredictable and highly competitive environments.

This course develops competencies in creating effective marketing strategies for your organization. You will deepen your understanding of the competitive environment, and build skills in market research, segmentation, positioning and branding.

- Shift from “product-moving” to solutionbased sales methods - Gain access to people who hold the real decision making power - Increase your success rate, while safeguarding margins and strengthening loyalty

- Better understand your customers and what motivates them to buy - Create positioning strategies that provide differentiation - Leverage your marketing mix through effective strategic marketing planning

Fee: $1,095 + GST Fee: $1,150 + GST

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Public Sector Management Manage public trust and resources wisely.

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Master the specialized knowledge needed for public-sector enterprises to excel. Learn to build strategic relationships within the public sphere, balance multiple stakeholder interests, and understand the nuances of public-private partnerships.

Building Strategic Relationships in the Public Sector *NEW

Cost-Benefit and Multi-Goal Analysis for the Public Sector

February 5-6, 2009

December 1-2, 2008

Designed specifically for government and notfor-profit managers, this workshop describes best practices and critical architectures for building successful strategic relationships across a wide variety of organizational boundaries.

This “how-to� course provides an overview of cost-benefit analysis, cost-effectiveness analysis, multi-goal analysis and related techniques for evaluating public sector projects at the federal, provincial and local levels.

- Identify strategic driving forces from a public policy and stakeholder perspective

- Evaluate public sector projects and choose among alternatives

- Establish shared visions and values that motivate people in diverse organizations

- Value project impacts and intangibles such as job creation and lives saved

- Manage a strategic relationship in conditions of ambiguity and uncertainty

- Incorporate equity into decision making Fee: $1,150 + GST

Fee: $1,195 + GST

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Not-For-Profit Governance Essentials Program

Understanding Public-Private Partnerships *NEW

November 16-18, 2008

February 26 - March 26, 2009

This program provides knowledge on key accountabilities and responsibilities of not-forprofit leaders, by making extensive use of team-based, facilitated learning to ensure that participants learn from their peers as well as from faculty.

This series of five evening lectures will examine both the costs and benefits of P3s as alternative public procurement methods. It will contrast P3s with other methods, and consider how best to design P3 projects to serve public ends.

- Learn the ICD Key Competencies for Director Effectiveness

- Assess “value for money” in P3 arrangements

- Learn change management principles for moving away from the status quo - Develop an effective board and governance process

- Identify, price and allocate risks in P3 projects - Understand the components of a sustainable long-term concession agreement Fee: $975 + GST for the series of five $230 + GST per individual session

Fee: $2,250 + GST Offered in partnership with the Institute of Corporate Directors, The Rotman School of Management, and presenting sponsor TELUS

Presented in partnership with the UBC MBA Program

For information/To apply: www.icd.ca

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Participant Testimonials

“Very relevant and well presented in an interactive manner. I especially liked the instructors, the interaction with my peers, the variety of topics, and the concise, attention-grabbing pace.”

“I loved the content and delivery of the course. I particularly appreciated the technical and practical knowledge that the instructors brought to the classroom.”

Natalie Lauzon

Human Resources Manager Otter Co-op

Marketing Manager Canadian Tourism Commission

Barb Ruscheinski

“I’ve never taken a more helpful course or absorbed so much in such a short time.”

“This was a great program that delivered what it promised. I learned tools and techniques that I’ll be able to put to use immediately.”

Monica Kosmak

Grant Sommerfeld

Greater Vancouver Regional District

Saskatoon Health Region

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Degree Programs >

HIGHER EDUCATION FOR HIGHER ACHIEVEMENT.

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Build your reputation on ours UBC Executive and Part-time MBA programs offer maximum flexibility combined with the latest business thinking. Choose to develop a program suited to your organization’s goals, executives and industry with a customized Corporate Executive MBA program. And for healthcare professionals, the Executive MBA in Healthcare will help you innovate and succeed as a leader in the increasingly complex healthcare field.

Corporate Executive MBA

Executive MBA in Healthcare

MBA Part-time Program

For organizations who wish to develop their employees with career-path driven development opportunities that fit as critical components of their overall business strategy, we can set up a learning framework that allows these organizations to do just that. With this approach, we design programs so that participants can take specific sets of courses over time, and become eligible for certification in recognition of their achievement.

The EMBA in Healthcare program will prepare and inspire healthcare professionals to face the challenges, complexities and opportunities of a leadership career in the healthcare industry. You will receive invaluable insights from a broad range of industry leaders and world-class faculty. Using international case studies as a base, you will also tackle the complexities of healthcare management in innovative new ways.

It begins with you. Specifically it begins with your decision to take the next step in your career. If you are ready to build on your current professional experience, to enhance your business skills and to position yourself for bigger and better things in your industry, consider the UBC MBA Part-time Program at the Sauder School of Business.

Completed certificates at a managerial level can be laddered towards Executive or Applied Degrees such as a corporate Executive MBA. Customized as the centerpiece of a Corporate University, the corporate EMBA degree matches an organization’s goals for employee retention and professional development, while playing an important role in reinforcing the corporate vision, values and way of doing business to enable corporate success.

For more information, please contact Corporate Services at e-mail corporate.services@sauder.ubc.ca tel 604.822.8407 or 1.800.618.EXEC

The program includes a combination of lectures, hands-on exercises, industry-based projects, coaching and guest-speaker presentations. It provides an intensive and interactive forum for learning, reflection, discussion, networking and action that will make a long lasting impact on your career. Offered part-time over 15 months, the program is delivered through a combination of week-long and weekend classes.

Who Should Attend - Working healthcare professionals and clinicians with eight or more years of management experience, who seek a formal business education to help them advance into a senior-level position - Senior healthcare executives who want additional business tools and perspectives to improve their decision-making and leadership skills

Program Start Date January 2009 Application Deadline November 1, 2008 Designed by the Sauder School of Business in partnership with senior leaders in healthcare and government, the UBC EMBA in Healthcare is offered in collaboration with Leaders for Life and the UBC Centre for Healthcare Management.

The 28-month MBA Part-time Program offers the same top-calibre business education as our award-winning full-time degree, which is consistently ranked among the top 100 MBA programs globally. This part-time master’s degree is tailored for busy working professionals through weekend delivery of courses downtown at UBC Robson Square or at our UBC Okanagan campus. We’ve designed the MBA Part-time Program to deliver the broad management perspective, and cross-functional decision making skills necessary to tackle the most complex organizational issues. Using lectures, case studies, problem-based learning and group projects, our program prepares you to manage, motivate, innovate and lead.

Program Start Date January 2009 Application Deadline September 30, 2008 For more information www.sauder.ubc.ca/mba tel 604.822.8422 or 1.888.988.9895 For a complete list of Sauder School of Business degree programs, visit

www.sauder.ubc.ca/programs

For more information www.sauder.ubc.ca/emba tel 604.822.8263 or 1.800.618.EXEC

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General Information >

MAKE THE CONNECTION.

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Register Online www.sauder.ubc.ca/exec_ed Register by Email exec.ed@sauder.ubc.ca

Team Discounts

Course Location and Hours

When a team of three or more people from the same organization attends the same course on the same date, a discount of 10% off the regular course fee is offered for each team registrant. Please call to register a team.

Most courses are held at UBC Robson Square, 800 Robson Street, Vancouver, BC. You will be notified of exceptions. For course hours, please see the receipt you receive upon registering, or view the program page on our website.

Register by Phone 604.822.8400 Toll Free 1.800.618.EXEC (3932)

Confirmation of Enrollment When payment is received, we will send you a registration number, confirmation letter and tax receipt as confirmation of your enrollment. Participants will also receive a reminder about two weeks in advance of the program.

Course Fees Course fees include workbooks, materials, continental breakfast, lunch and refreshments.

Course Changes and Cancellations Course dates, fees, and instructors are occasionally subject to change. Please check our website for recent updates. A course may be cancelled due to insufficient enrollment or extremely poor weather. If a course is cancelled for any reason, the University’s liability is limited to a refund of the program fee or a credit note, whichever you prefer. Please refer to our website for cancellation policies.

Our Guarantee Customer satisfaction is very important to us. If you are not satisfied with a course for any reason, we will be glad to give you a credit note or refund.

For more detailed information visit: www.sauder.ubc.ca/exec_ed

Participant Testimonials

“This was one of the best seminars I’ve ever attended. The study of actual cases was very helpful and reaffirmed the material presented.”

“The learning environment was safe, yet provocative enough for a true exploration of the content.”

Raul Alvarez

Elizabeth Hughes

President Tri-Ocean Engineering

Director, Administration McLennan Ross LLP

“The seminar material was clear, down-toearth and easy to understand. It was backed up with effective work activities.”

“An excellent presentation! All the key points were covered, supported anecdotally by examples and with a large amount of detailed take-away resource material.”

Dave Sutherland VP Services McKesson Medical Imaging “The team sessions allowed me to interact closely with other participants, exchanging opinions and new ideas that I could reflect on.”

Walter Dlugosh CEO Carpathia Credit Union

Bruno Kristensen President Tristar Industries “This was a great program: educational, entertaining, relevant, and able to be implemented back at work.”

Graham Hoover Branch Manager Taiga Building Products

“The flow of the course and content was excellent. It created both variety and balance, presenting a great opportunity to discover new ideas and business solutions.”

“The course certainly lived up to expectations. It provided practical skills applicable to workplace situations.”

Randy Topolnitsky

Birgit Reinders

Director, Portfolio Operations Cadillac Fairview

Strategic Issues Manager BC Hydro 31


Index (Alphabetical)

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E

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Accelerated Leadership Program P.11

EMBA in Healthcare P.29

Navigating Organizational Behaviour P.17

Advanced Negotiation Skills Workshop P.18

Employment and Human Rights Law for Managers P.20

New Product and Service Development P.25

Art of Facilitation P.14 Attracting, Retaining and Developing People P.20

B Building Brand Power P.24 Building Strategic Relationships in the Public Sector P.26

Not-For-Profit Governance Essentials Program P.27

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Financial Statement Analysis for the Non-Accountant P.22

Online Marketing P.25

Centre for CEO Leadership P.10 Certificates P.09

Communication and Negotiation

Executive General Management

Human Resource Management

Management Development Management Excellence

Marketing and Sales Management

Public Sector Management

Strategic Leadership

UBC Certificate in Project Management

Changing Minds: The Power of Persuasion P.18

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General Information P.30 Global Business Risk Management P.23 Guidelines for the New Manager P.16

Implementing a Balanced Scorecard P.13 Implementing Your Strategic Plan P.12

Innovative Thinking and Problem Solving P.16 Integrated Marketing Communications P.24 Interviewing Skills in a Tight Labour Market P.21

Powerful Presentations P.19

R Resolving Conflict in the Workplace P.19

S Selling Strategically to Major Customers P.25 Smart Thinking! Essential Thinking Skills for Leaders P.17 Strategic Decision Making P.13

Communication Skills for Managers P.19

Leader’s Window P.15

Corporate EMBA P.29

Leading Change P.13

Corporate Social Responsibility P.13

Leading High Performance Teams P.15

Cost-Benefit and Multi-Goal Analysis for the Public Sector P.26

Leading in a Unionized Workplace P.15

Custom Programs/Corporate Services P.05

Personal Productivity Workshop P.17

Influential Manager P.15

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Crisis Management P.13

Personal Learning Planner & Calendar Inside Front Cover

Project Management Process P.23

Coaching for Leadership Excellence P.15

Creating Culture for Competitive Advantage P.20

Performance Management that Works P.21

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Coaching and Mentoring P.14

Creating Business Plans for Strategic Opportunities P.22

Open Enrollment Programs P.08

Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers P.22

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Essential Management Skills P.16

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Strategic Marketing Management P.25 Strategies, Skills and Tactics of Negotiations P.18 Stress Management and Self-Coaching P.17 Structuring and Managing Strategic Alliances P.13 Succession Planning P.21

Managing Cultural Diversity P.21 Marketing Research: Getting Good Data for Good Decisions P.24 MBA Part-time Program P.29

U Understanding Public-Private Partnerships P.27

Meeting the Leadership Challenge P.14

W D Developing a Balanced Scorecard P.12 Developing Your Strategic Plan P.12

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Write Stuff P.19


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