Master of
Finance (MFin)

September

Self-Management

You will learn to identify and hone the instincts necessary to differentiate yourself and thrive in a competitive executive labor market environment. This module seeds the development of future leaders by going beyond the traditional curricular offerings to explore personality structure and common challenges that inhibit optimal effectiveness in dense social settings. We will together with you explore and seek to understand the cognitive and emotional processes at the core of the exercise of leadership, and to see and practice the self command, self control and self regulation skills and techniques required to master the organizational dynamics you create.
• Duration: 8H


October

Communicative Blueprint: Presentations I

You will get individualized feedback on your performance during a class-presentation, including body language, tone, eye contact, verbal habits, and overall rapport and connectedness with the audience. You will receive precise, timely, individualized feedback guided by a framework that challenges you to consider the impact that everything you say and do in public has on the effectiveness and efficacy of your communication, and the persuasiveness of your presentation. You will leave the session in possession of a communication compass – a set of structured questions that will help you model and understand your intent and purpose in making a presentation, and the degree to which the presentation itself achieves your purpose.
• Material: a video of your team presentation
• Duration: 1H

April

Communicative Blueprint: Presentations II

Designed for students who have successfully completed Presentations I, this module gives individualized, intensive feedback on the way in which you present, connect, relate to their audience and content and engage in the complicated landscape of public dialogue. The feedback is based on the video of the presentation made AFTER the Presentation I module - and will therefore provide with guidance and feedback on the degree to which the changes made as a result of the first round of feedback are producing the results sought.
• Material: a video of your team presentation
• Duration: 1H

May-June

Business Writing

Written communication is a critical and pervasive form of interaction in the business world. Crafting an effective e-mail, proposal, request, or memo requires an ability to make an accurate mental model of the others’ experience and create written materials that are clear, articulate, and persuasive. In this workshop you will learn about psychological principles that underlie effective written interactions and practice creating, receiving, and revising written work.
• Duration: 2H

Contact


Rotman School of Management,
University of Toronto
Toronto, ON M5S 3E6