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Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto
Richard C. Powers
After receiving his M.B.A. and L.LB. from Queen’s University, Powers worked as a corporate lawyer for Smith, Lyons, Torrance, Stevenson and Mayer (now Gowlings). He later served as corporate counsel for Honda Canada Inc., before joining The University of Toronto in 1992. Powers is currently the Associate Dean and Executive Director, MBA and Master of Finance Programs at The Rotman School of Management. A recipient of numerous teaching awards, Powers’ areas of expertise include corporate governance, ethics, business and corporate law, and sports marketing. Powers is an Academic Director of The Directors Education Program and the Not-For-Profit Governance Essentials Program (in partnership with the Institute of Corporate Directors – ICD). He also teaches in Rotman’s Executive MBA, OMNIUM, MBA and Executive Education Programs. In the past he has been extensively involved in both the Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Business Administration programs at The University of Toronto. Powers is currently completing his doctoral studies in Higher Education at The University of Toronto. He has obtained the ICD.D designation and is a director of several not-for-profit organizations and frequently comments on legal and governance issues in various media across Canada.
John Oesch currently teaches Foundations of Integrative Thinking, Emotionally Intelligent Leadership, and Organizational Leadership in the MBA Programs at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto.
He has research interests in the areas of decision making, managerial negotiations, and organizational justice. His teaching interests are in the areas of negotiation, decision making, organizational behavior, and emotions in management. He received the Rotman MBA and EMBA Teaching Awards in 2005 and 2006. His publication record includes the Journal of Business Venturing, Social Justice Research, Games and Economic Behavior, and Organization Science.
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