Managing demands different skills from those new to the role
Becoming a manager for the first time can be daunting experience. Many people are promoted for being successful in their staff role, only to find that managing demands a completely different skill set and a rethink of who you are as a leader. Learning about the role and the techniques managers use to get the […]Posted on
Organizational success rests with those who possess superior problem-solving skills
Being able to quickly cut to the heart of a strategic and organizational decision by focusing on areas that have the greatest impact on performance is a key skill of leadership. But is it a natural gift, or can it be learned? You can learn how it’s done in a step-by-step process for diagnosing business […]Posted on
Who knew an accounting class could be this much fun?
One of SEEC’s most popular programs every year is What the Non-Financial Manager Needs to Know About Financial & Managerial Accounting, which just finished its Fall session last month. Facilitator Beppino Pasquali is a perennial favourite of our participants for both the practical content he delivers and the engaging style in which he does it. […]Posted on
Passion, content and engaging style make this negotiating course a winner
Negotiating is a “must-have” skill for all managers and yet many people misunderstand what a true negotiation is and how to approach it without fear and trepidation. Facilitator Gail Levitt has been teaching people this important skill for many years in a program that is one of SEEC’s highest-rated, Successful Business Negotiating Strategies for Managers. […]Posted on
Toronto Transit Commission York University subway station is officially open!
Located in the heart of the York University campus, the $120-million facility is one of six new stops on the TTC’s Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension project and has been called “Toronto’s most stunning subway station” by BlogTO. The station, which is 100 steps from Schulich’s main entrance, connects the School to the core of the […]Posted on