SEEC earns Readers’ Choice awards in Canadian HR Reporter poll
The Schulich Executive Education Centre (SEEC) has been named a Readers’ Choic...
It is often said that one of the most valuable benefits of a course at the Schulich Executive Education Centre is meeting fellow business leaders from different fields. In the case of one program this past June, SEEC’s Leadership Competencies: What Senior Managers Need to Know, that benefit came with an international flavour: three participants […]Posted on
Taking a course to acquire skills for new job responsibilities may seem like a one-time proposition but with the rapid pace of change these days, new gaps in training can appear even as you are learning to address current ones. To truly prepare for career advancement, you need a plan that covers all the bases. […]Posted on
Corporate sustainability strategy is now a key issue for business – and the Schulich School of Business is recognized as the leader in the field. Now, the Schulich Executive Education Centre is bringing this MBA expertise to a new program geared towards business people grappling with the issue on the front lines. Professor Charles Cho, […]Posted on
The Masters Certificate in Organization Development and Change is designed to help OD professionals be confident in their ability to assess a consulting situation in collaboration with the client and provide the most appropriate intervention from an array of many in your repertoire. The program is delivered in four modules over 11 days, with a […]Posted on
In order to meet changing taxpayer expectations by delivering higher service levels at lower cost to Canadians, today’s public-sector manager must have the skill-set to lead change. That is the goal of SEEC’s three-day program, Leading Change Effectively in Government, which recently welcomed J.P. Gedeon as its new facilitator. A nationally-recognized thought-leader and practitioner in […]Posted on