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Executive Program - Schulich School of Business - York University

Schulich Executive Resid ential Programs

The Schulich

Executive Program

2006

SUMMER SESSION: JUNE 11–23

FALL SESSION: NOVEMBER 5–17

Schulich Executive Education Centre (SEEC)

ranked #1 world wide for open enrolment programs

Attend our award-winning Executive Program

that provides a balanced approach to learning

strategic leadership skills and personal wellness.


The Schulich Executive Program 2006

This two-week residential program takes place in Schulich’s state-of-the-art

Executive Learning Centre, The Schulich School of Business, York University,

4700 Keele Street, Toronto, ON M3J 1P3

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

Summer Session: June 11-23, 2006

NINE CORE LEARNING MODULES:








Enhancing Your Critical

Thinking Skills

Building the Foundation

of Successful Leadership

Developing & Implementing

a Strategic Mindset

Financial Analysis &

Decision Making

Effective Negotiation Skills

Marketing & Brand Management

Strategic Portfolio Management

WEEK 1

9:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.

SUNDAY

June 11

Check-in:

2-4 p.m.

Introduce

Strategic

Opportunity

Challenge:

Team Project

Group

Formation &

Info Session

4:30-5:30 p.m.

MONDAY

June 12

MODULE 1

Enhancing

Your Critical

Thinking

Skills

TUESDAY

June 13

MODULE 2

Building the

Foundation

of Successful

Leadership

WEDNESDAY

June 14

MODULE 3

Part 1

Developing &

Implementing

a Strategic

Mindset

THURSDAY

June 15

MODULE 3

Part 2

Developing &

Implementing

a Strategic

Mindset

FRIDAY

June 16

MODULE 4

Financial

Analysis &

Decision

Making

SATURDAY

June 17

MODULE 5

9 a.m.-12 p.m.

Effective

Negotiation

Skills

FREE TIME


Developing Your Communication

& Presentation Skills

Personal Wellness & Lifestyle Consultation


Moving Your Organization

into the Future

FOUR SPECIAL PROGRAM

FEATURES:

Special Speakers & Topics

7:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M.

Special

Speaker on:

Key Strategy

in Healthy

Living

Special

Speaker on:

Canada and

The Global

Marketplace

Strategic

Opportunity

Challenge:

Team Project

Strategic

Opportunity

Challenge:

Team Project

Special

Speaker on:

The Challenge

of Managing

Dilemmas

Strategic

Opportunity

Challenge:

Team Project

Special

Group

Dinner

FREE TIME

Note: Saturday noon, June

17 to Sunday noon, June 18

is free time. Participants are

free to leave the campus

during this weekend break to

attend to personal matters.

Four special speakers will share

their business insights with

practical application.

Personalized Leadership Assessment and Coaching

Personalized Leadership

Assessment and Coaching

An in-depth analysis of leadership

behaviours, followed by

personalized coaching.

Personal Wellness & Lifestyle

Consultation

Custom design personal fitness

and diet program by health and

fitness experts.

Strategic Opportunity Challenge

A team project with other

professionals to apply knowledge

in a real-world competition.

WEEK 2

9:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.

7:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M.

SUNDAY

June 18

FREE TIME

MODULE 5

1:00-4:30 p.m.

Effective

Negotiation

Skills

Week 1 Review

Strategic

Opportunity

Challenge:

Team Project

MONDAY

June 19

MODULE 6

Marketing

& Brand

Management

Special

Speaker on:

Where in the

World is the

World Going

TUESDAY

June 20

MODULE 7

Strategic

Portfolio

Management

Strategic

Opportunity

Challenge:

Team Project

WEDNESDAY

June 21

MODULE 8

Developing Your

Communication

& Presentation

Skills

Personal Wellness & Lifestyle Consultation

Strategic

Opportunity

Challenge:

Team Project

Personalized Leadership Assessment and Coaching

THURSDAY

June 22

MODULE 9

Moving Your

Organization

into the Future

Strategic

Opportunity

Challenge:

Presentation

Preparation

FRIDAY

June 23

Group

Presentation

to Panels

Program

Summation

Graduation

Ceremony &

Luncheon

Register now for June session. Program registration on page 13.

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PROGRAM DURATION:

9 MODULES

13 DAYS


A balanced curriculum

that packs management

concepts, practical

application, leadership

development and

personal wellness into

13 powerful days


Top-calibre instructors

with extensive business

experience and outstanding

track records in the

classroom


Real-world application

that begins from Day One

through the Strategic

Opportunity Challenge


World-class learning

environment and

accommodations

including an on-campus

fitness centre

Aim high.

Achieve more.

“My Schulich Executive Program

materials continue to be a resource

for me – even a year after taking

the program. I recently developed

a strategic plan that was a textbook

case of using the course materials.”

Mike Herniak, M.A.

VP, General Marketing, Ford of Canada

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A MESSAGE FROM OUR

PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Leadership and strategy are the

core competencies of successful

managers who absorb cues from

the environment, anticipate

change and mobilize their team

for successful action.

Designed to empower you

to be a true leader, the Schulich

Residential Executive Program

covers core executive skills that

will significantly enhance your

leadership abilities.

NINE CORE LEARNING MODULES

MODULE 1

Enhancing Your Critical Thinking Skills

Instructor: Pat Bradshaw, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Schulich School of Business

The mark of an effective organizational leader is one

who can solve problems, identify opportunities and

drive innovations forward.

KEY COMPETENCIES INCLUDE:

■ Developing an opportunity-seeking mindset

throughout your organization

■ Critical thinking and problem-solving approaches

■ Techniques to enhance personal creativity and

critical thinking

■ Achieving product, service and operational

innovation breakthroughs

■ Developing concrete action plans to make

a leadership difference

■ Parlaying new ideas into viable business

opportunities

This intensive and interactive

program is consistently rated as

a “life-changing experience”

for managers and executives who

aim high in their careers. Start

planning today to participate in

this program offered in June and

November. You will achieve more!

Rhona G. Berengut, MBA

Program Director

The Schulich Executive Program

MODULE 2

Building the Foundation of

Successful Leadership

Instructor: Joseph Sherren, CSP

President, Ethos Enterprises Inc.

Learn what behaviours separate top-performing

executives from marginal managers.

KEY COMPETENCIES INCLUDE:

■ Leadership behaviours of highly effective leaders

■ Evaluating your current strengths and weaknesses

as a leader

■ The 4 key foundations of successful team leadership

■ Leading and managing individuals: overachievers,

underachievers, mavericks and conformists

■ Adapting your leadership style for maximum

influence and effectiveness

■ Strategies to enhance team problem-solving,

innovation and cooperation

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MODULE 3

Developing & Implementing

a Strategic Mindset

Instructor: Rhona G. Berengut, MBA

Principal, SIGMA Strategic Solutions Inc. and Program Director

Part 1: DEVELOPING A STRATEGIC MINDSET

Think strategically in view of your unique role in your

organization’s growth.

KEY COMPETENCIES INCLUDE:






Conducting a comprehensive situation analysis

Developing a vision map and course of action

Clarifying critical success factors

Relating individual goals to organizational goals

Managing strategic initiatives

Part 2: STRATEGIC MINDSET IMPLEMENTATION

Use your strategic thinking skills to develop

and deploy strategy at the business unit and

organizational levels.

KEY COMPETENCIES INCLUDE:

■ Clarifying your core competencies

■ Creating a SWOT Analysis

■ Applying strategic planning frameworks

■ Transition Mapping and creating strategic plans

■ Effective implementation and leadership

MODULE 4

Financial Analysis & Decision Making

Instructor: Ingrid McLeod-Dick, MBA, FCA

Professor, Corporate Finance, Schulich School of Business

Strengthen your strategic financial decision-making

skills with understanding of the relationship between

financial outcomes and the choices you make.

KEY COMPETENCIES INCLUDE:

■ Understanding the strategic plan from a financial

perspective

■ Interpreting corporate and annual reports

■ Using financial ratios to measure profitability,

liquidity and business performance

■ Relating financial information to strategic

management

■ Illustrating the financial analysis methods used

in operating, investing, and financing decisions

MODULE 5

Effective Negotiation Skills

Instructor: David Whitehead, Ph.D.

Professor, Faculty of Business, Brock University

Master the interpersonal skills, negotiating tactics

and communication techniques used by professional

negotiators.

KEY COMPETENCIES INCLUDE:

■ Analysing your negotiating style

■ The negotiating process and effective negotiating

behaviours

■ Planning for win-win outcomes with others

■ Power-based “hardball” and problem-solving

“softball” strategies

■ Working across departmental, organizational and

cultural boundaries

■ Third party assistance in resolving conflicts

■ Steps to achieving a collaborative working

environment

MODULE 6

Marketing & Brand Management

Instructor: Alan C. Middleton, Ph.D.

Executive Director, Schulich Executive Education Centre

Sharpen your marketing vision with particular focus on

the importance of building a brand in a crowded and

complex marketplace.

KEY COMPETENCIES INCLUDE:

■ Marketing concepts and planning process

■ Analysing market and competitive forces driving

your industry

■ Creating brand advantage and brand equity

■ Identifying strategic marketplace opportunities

■ Leveraging new marketing and sales channels

■ Developing strategic marketing alliances

HOW TO RESERVE YOUR PLACE:

Complete the Program Registration and fax to the

Schulich Executive Education Centre at 416.360.6105

or register online at www.seec.executiveprogram.ca.

If you have questions pertaining to the course content,

please call Rhona Berengut, Program Director at

416.736.5079. Toll free 1.800.667.9380.

Email: rberengu@schulich.yorku.ca.

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MODULE 7

Strategic Portfolio Management

Instructor: Kathryn Pottruff, PMP, MPM

President, Global Projectives Inc.

Optimize your portfolio management by selecting and

prioritizing projects and effectively managing your

Project Managers.

KEY COMPETENCIES INCLUDE:

■ Aligning projects with strategy

■ Selecting and prioritizing projects to optimize

portfolio performance

■ Understanding and Managing Programs, Projects

and Portfolios

■ Assessing resource capability

MODULE 8

Developing Your Communication

& Presentation Skills

Instructor: Elizabeth-Anne Walker

Principal, Chrysalis Creative Marketing

Engage your audience with practical skills to plan, and

execute presentations with authority and impact.

KEY COMPETENCIES INCLUDE:

■ Analysing your own presentation and communication style

■ Communication approaches for different audiences

■ Organizing the persuasive presentation

■ Using voice and non-verbal cues to your advantage

■ How and when to involve your audience

■ Using audio-visual supports

■ How to practise for presentation success

■ Managing group interaction and questions

“ I started to look for a program that offers

good value, is innovative and has a 21st

century curriculum, that has to be current,

real world and fun. I really enjoyed the people

aspect; the faculty staff never hesitated to

share their knowledge with us. I’m really glad

that I’ve attended the Schulich Executive

Program.”

Patricia Goh

Director, IS&T Audit, Scotiabank

“ My professional career as a business executive

has been greatly enhanced by spending the

two weeks with my colleagues and facilitators.

This program offers a well-balanced approach,

both from a professional and personal well

being perspective.”

Dulcie Pinto, Vice-President

Bank of Nova Scotia

MODULE 9

Moving Your Organization into the Future

Instructor: Hubert Saint-Onge

Principal, Saintonge Alliance

Explore future trends, tools, and frameworks for moving

your organization into the future.

“ A most enjoyable two weeks learning new

concepts and sharing the experience with

others from different industries and

backgrounds.”

Lisa Bale

Manager, Controllership & Financial Services

Ontario Provincial Police

KEY COMPETENCIES INCLUDE:

■ Examining macro-economic trends and their implications

■ Understanding leadership in the knowledge economy

■ Embracing your role as a change master

■ Developing an integrated model for leadership

■ Uncovering what successful leadership will entail

in the future

“ These two weeks of learning have provided

me with knowledge that I can build upon my

existing ideas and concepts. It has further

opened my mind as to what values I bring

to my organization.”

Kin Lee-Yew

Director, Moneris Solutions

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Schulich’s holistic approach

in the Executive Program

Who should attend?

A SAMPLING OF TITLES:










Chief Executive Officer

Chief Operations Officer

Senior Vice-President

Vice-President

Executive Director

Director and Associate Director

Senior Account Executive

Regional or Divisional Senior Manager

General Manager

Key benefits from this program:






Learn from the instructors who teach with real life

business experience.

Practise core executive competencies in team projects.

Gain knowledge of the future trends and their

implications.

Consolidate learning through interactive role plays,

case applications and discussion.

Network with colleagues to share common experiences

across a wide range of industries and sectors.

“ The practical approach and well organized material

made it extremely valuable and enjoyable! The

instructors were very warm and open to off line

discussions and provided great insight and

guidance. I would definitely recommend it.”

Kim Guroluk

Director, Global Shared Services, RIM

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THE SCHULICH EXECUTIVE PROGRAM 2006 FACULTY

There are nine top reasons why you achieve more in our program: our faculty. Widely recognized

as experts in their subjects, the instructors who lead our learning sessions combine an in-depth

knowledge of management theory with extensive business experience.

PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Rhona G. Berengut, MBA

Program Director

Schulich Executive Program

Principal

SIGMA Strategic Solutions

As a consultant, Rhona helps organizations

and their managers align performance to

strategic purpose and direction. She is a

Certified Planning and Facilitation coach,

and an award-winning part-time faculty

member at the Schulich School of Business.

MODULE 3: Developing & Implementing

a Strategic Mindset

Patricia Bradshaw, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Organizational Behaviour/

Industrial Relations

Schulich School of Business

Pat is currently an Associate Professor of

Organizational Behaviour, Director of the

MBA core course Skills for Leadership and

Governance, and Chair of the York Senate.

She is a recognized leader in the study of

organizational power and politics, critical

thinking skills and effective problemsolving

processes for managers.

MODULE 1: Enhancing Your Critical

Thinking Skills

Ingrid McLeod-Dick

B.Sc., MBA, FCA

Professor

Corporate Finance

Ingrid is currently a full-time instructor

at Schulich School of Business teaching

graduate level MBA courses in corporate

finance and corporate financial analysis.

MODULE 4:

Financial Analysis & Decision Making

Alan Middleton, Ph.D.

Executive Director

Schulich Executive

Education Centre

Kathryn Pottruff

PMP, MPM

President

Global Projectives Inc.

Hubert Saint-Onge

Principal

Saintonge Alliance

Alan has 23 years of executive-level marketing

and advertising experience, including serving

as president of The J. Walter Thompson

advertising agency in Japan. An international

branding expert, Alan is also an assistant

professor of marketing at the Schulich School

of Business and in 2005 was inducted into

the Marketing Hall of Legends.

MODULE 6: Marketing & Brand Management

Kathryn specializes in rapid deployment

of project management methodologies

throughout organizations. She has taught

in North America, the Middle East and

regularly conducts business seminars in

China. Kathryn works in diverse sectors

including pharmaceuticals, financial services,

utilities, government, IT and telecom.

MODULE 7: Strategic Portfolio Management

Hubert has more than 25 years experience

in developing the full potential of

organizations and their human assets.

His work as senior vice-president of

strategic capabilities at Clarica earned the

organization the top ten “most admired

knowledge enterprises” in North America.

MODULE 9:

Moving Your Organization into the Future

Joseph Sherren, CSP

President

Ethos Enterprises Inc.

Elizabeth Walker

Principal

Chrysalis Creative

Marketing

David Whitehead, Ph.D.

Professor, Faculty of

Business Brock University

With 25 years of corporate management

experience, Joe is one of North America’s

top researchers and instructors in the area

of leadership and team dynamics. He has

facilitated and conducted one-on-one

leadership assessments with thousands

of managers worldwide.

MODULE 2: Building the Foundation

of Successful Leadership

Elizabeth honed her presentation and

communications skills during the years

she spent working for advertising agencies

in Toronto, New York and London. She now

consults extensively on communication

techniques.

MODULE 8: Developing Your Communication

& Presentation Skills

David has been involved in all facets

of the negotiations process for over

25 years, including roles as mediator,

fact finder and arbitrator. He teaches

advanced courses in industrial relations,

conflict resolution and organizational

behaviour at Brock University.

MODULE 5: Effective Negotiation Skills

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FOUR SPECIAL PROGRAM FEATURES

SPECIAL SPEAKERS & TOPICS

Canada & The Global Marketplace

Explore the key principles in achieving global and

domestic alliances and the management capabilities

to harness opportunities worldwide.

Speaker: Dezsö J. Horváth, Ph.D.

Dean and Tanna H. Schulich Chair

Strategic Management, Schulich School of Business

The Challenge of Managing Dilemmas

Explore how leaders and organizations can begin

to address major dilemmas in a systematic and

effective manner.

Speaker: Alex Lowy

Consultant and Author

PERSONAL WELLNESS & LIFESTYLE

CONSULTATION

The personal wellness and lifestyle component of

our program is designed to re-energize your personal

and professional life. While in the program you will

privately meet with the Kinesiology staff who will

customize a program for you, which encompasses

three primary areas: diet, stress management and

personal fitness. Our health professionals work with

each participant to target areas of concern and

maximize all health and lifestyle needs and concerns.

Consultant: Roger Kelton MSc, Ph.D.

Exercise Physiology and Obesity & Body Management

“…the ‘balanced’ approach of health and work

combined to create an exceptional experience.”

Lynne Livingstone

Director, Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care

Where in the World is the World Going

Do you wonder what the “next big idea” will be?

Understand how the major trends are interacting with

each other, in an effort to determine how they are

most likely to actually play out.

Speaker: Warren Evans

Consultant and Speaker

Key Strategy in Healthy Living

Harness the importance of habitual physical activity

and optimal fitness, both needed to optimize work

performance and maintain a balanced lifestyle.

Speaker: Roger Kelton MSc, Ph.D.

Exercise Physiology and Obesity & Body Management

STRATEGIC OPPORTUNITY CHALLENGE

The Strategic Opportunity Challenge is designed to

intensify the “real world” application of the learning

throughout the two weeks. The Challenge incorporates

all aspects of the program, including the instructors

and peers. Teams will be formed at the start of the

program and assigned the challenge of developing a

business case for a new product or service, which will

be presented to a panel of judges on the last day of

the program.

“Amazing opportunity to re-energize and focus on

strategic priorities for my company. Tools provided will

enable me to re-think, re-train and refresh my mind

and those of my team.”

Diane Patell-Pernari

Director, Employee Communications, Canada Post

PERSONALIZED LEADERSHIP ASSESSMENT

AND COACHING

The personalized leadership assessment is designed to

help a senior leader to achieve balance in performance

and lifestyle. A 360-degree feedback process, LSI 1 &

2, will assess participants’ leadership, communication

and behaviour patterns.

The LSI 1 & 2 are diagnostic and prescriptive tools,

developed through 30 years of leadership research

including 300,000 management case studies. Each

participant will have an opportunity to meet

and debrief one-on-one with the world renowned

Joseph Sherren.

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And our other participants say...

“ Great course! It helped develop my personal potential.”

Jorgen Jorgensen

General Manager, Intervet Canada Ltd.

“ A great all round experience filled with new insights and

practical business tips.”

Richard Caine

Manager, Ministry of Economic Development and Trade, Ontario Government

“The Executive Program provided a great set

of tools that I can take back to my job and

implement starting day one.”

Sheridan Antoniuk

V.P. Scotia Life Insurance Company

Scotiabank

“ The program taught me to think strategically by

providing so much relevant information, thus opening

many possibilities. I know I will be able to bring the

knowledge back to my organization and make positive

impact to the company.”

Diana Wong

VP, Cash Administration, CitiCapital

Schulich Executive Program…enhanced my critical

thinking skills as a senior manager. I can now apply

improved and structural processes to strategic directions

and critical thinking to future related work projects.”

Julie Lee

Director of Corporate Services, York Region Children’s Aid Society

“All the instructors were clear, concise and

delivered material beyond my expectation.”

Paul Meo

VP, Sales and Marketing, NTN Bearing Corp of Canada Ltd.

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THE SCHULICH EXECUTIVE LEARNING CENTRE

In congruence with the holistic approach of executive learning experience, Schulich has created an 11-storey, 60-room

Executive Residence on campus, with all the amenities executives require. Schulich’s Executive Learning Centre (ELC)

is one of the most modern and inviting learning environments in North America.

The Learning Environment


State-of-the-art learning facilities tailored for high-end

requirements of the business professional


Bright, open-concept break-out rooms for group projects

The Schulich ELC facilities are conducive to

learning while providing a residential experience

that enhances it.


Executive boardroom for private meetings to exchange

ideas and to build relationships

The Living Environment

■ Hotel style accommodation furnished with private bath,

TV, desk, telephone and high-speed Internet access


Penthouse fitness centre and penthouse lounge


Breakfast, lunch, dinner and refreshment breaks are

included in this program


On-site Business Centre with fax, photocopying and

e-mail service

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REGISTRATION DETAILS

2006 Program Dates

Summer Sessions: June 11–23, 2006

Fall Sessions: November 5-17, 2006





Unless otherwise announced, The Schulich Executive

Program starts at 4:30 p.m. on Day One and ends at

3 p.m. on Day 13.

With the exception of weekends and the final day,

all sessions and consultations take place between

9 a.m. and 9 p.m.

Saturday noon to Sunday noon is free time. Participants

are free to leave the campus during this period of time

to attend to personal matters.

Seating for each program is limited to 30 participants.

Program Location

Executive Learning Centre, The Schulich School of Business,

York University, 4700 Keele Street, Fine Arts Road

Toronto, ON M3J 1P3

Tel: 416.736.5079 Fax: 416.736.5689

Toll Free: 1.800.667.9380

Program Fee

■ $14,500 CDN + 6% GST = $15,370 CDN

Program fee includes program tuition, private

accommodation in our new Executive Residence, all meals

and refreshment breaks, teaching materials, diagnostic

assessments, physical fitness testing and wellness program,

access to York University’s athletic facilities and parking.

Schulich Executive Education Centre’s liability is limited

to reimbursement of paid tuition fee. Full program fee is

payable upon notification of acceptance.

Pre-Course Work & Reading Material

■ You will receive a 360-degree leadership survey form

approximately three weeks before the course begins. This

is a prerequisite for the program and must be completed

and returned by the date indicated in the package.

■ General information regarding accommodations will also

be included in this package.

Certificate of Program Completion

■ Participants must attend all in-class lectures and

complete all required assignments in order to receive

a certificate.

■ Upon completion of the Schulich Executive Program,

you will receive a framed certificate, stating you have

successfully completed the program.

Registration Process

To be accepted into this program, please submit your

completed registration form by:

MAIL

Elaine Gutmacher, Associate Director, Operations

Schulich Executive Education Centre, York University

4700 Keele Street, Toronto, Ontario M3J 1P3

FAX

Schulich Executive Education Centre, 416.360.6105

ONLINE REGISTRATION

www.seec.schulich.yorku.ca

You will be notified of your acceptance into the

program approximately two weeks after receipt of

your registration. Early registration is recommended

as space for this program is limited.

Deposits, Cancellations,

Replacements and Transfers

IMPORTANT: A deposit of $1,000 is required to enrol in the

program. Please include your credit card information on

faxed or online registrations, or mail a cheque along with

your completed program registration.

■ If you are unable to attend the program, you may

transfer to the next session or your organization may

name a replacement candidate.

■ Only one transfer to an alternate session will be

permitted (subject to space availability) without

penalty. Each subsequent transfer request has a

$300 administration fee.

■ A full refund will be issued for written cancellations

received minimum of 21 days before the program start

date. Written cancellations received after May 19, 2006

for the Summer Session or after October 13, 2006 for the

Fall Session will incur an administration charge of $1,000.

Non-attendance or withdrawal after program start date

will incur a full program fee.

Accommodation

For maximum comfort and convenience, all participants

will stay at Schulich’s new Executive Residence at the Keele

Campus. Each participant will have a private room with

bath, computer data port, TV, telephone and voicemail.

The Executive Residence also features a 24-hour concierge,

a fitness centre as well as a business centre with fax,

photocopying and e-mail service.

For Further Information

If you would like more information regarding the program,

please contact:

Rhona G. Berengut, MBA, Program Director

The Schulich Executive Program

Tel: 416.736.5079 Fax: 416.736.5689

Toll Free: 1.800.667.9380

E-mail: rberengu@schulich.yorku.ca

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Modules, speakers, topics, dates, fees and locations are subject to change.

Photographs by Fatima Saidi


Design: Genesys Creative Inc.

The Schulich Executive Program 2006

PROGRAM REGISTRATION

Register me immediately for the following session:

Summer Session: June 11-23, 2006

Fall Session: November 5-17, 2006

Three Ways to Register:

MAIL this form to Elaine Gutmacher, Associate Director, Operations

Schulich Executive Education Centre, York University, 4700 Keele Street

Toronto, Ontario M3J 1P3

Please make cheque payable to York UniversitySchulich Executive Education Centre

FAX this registration form to the Schulich

Executive Education Centre at 416.360.6105

REGISTER ONLINE

www.seec.schulich.yorku.ca

f Mr. f Ms. f Mrs.

Name

Title

Company

E-mail

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Telephone Fax Mobile Telephone

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Applicant’s Signature

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Do you have a university degree? f Yes f No If yes, list degree(s)

Describe your present responsibilities and reporting relationships

What are your academic, professional and personal areas of interest and expectations for this program?

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I understand that due to the rigorous nature of this learning experience,

participants must be free of business obligations during the program.

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Payment options, please check:

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Please attach a picture and a brief biography, which we will include in the documentation

binder given to all participants and speakers.

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The Schulich Executive Program 2006

OTHER SCHULICH EXECUTIVE PROGRAMS AVAILABLE:

Essentials of Business Administration Certificate (EBA)

Executive Program in Sales Management

Executive Program in Supply Chain & Logistics Management

The Masters Certificate for Business Analysts

The Masters Certificate in Marketing Communications Management

The Masters Certificate in Municipal Management

The Masters Certificate in Operational Risk Management (ORM)

The Masters Certificate in Project Management

For details please visit www.seec.schulich.yorku.ca

“SEEC and ye shall find.”

| Tel: 416.736.5079 | Fax: 416.736.5689 | www.seec.schulich.yorku.ca

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