SEEC earns Readers’ Choice awards in Canadian HR Reporter poll
The Schulich Executive Education Centre (SEEC) has been named a Readers’ Choic...
SEEC welcomed back its Mini-MBA alumni and others for a Back-to-Campus networking breakfast event at the Executive Learning Centre on Jan. 24. The half-day morning session was a great success with dozens of attendees who took part in an interactive learning session. Executive Director Alan Middleton, a faculty member in the Schulich School of Business, […]Posted on
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
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
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
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