SEEC earns Readers’ Choice awards in Canadian HR Reporter poll
The Schulich Executive Education Centre (SEEC) has been named a Readers’ Choic...
The Schulich Executive Education Centre’s Asian Business Management Program (SEEC-ABMP), and the Beijing Institute of Education (BIE), affiliated with China’s Ministry of Education, have jointly launched the Sino-Canadian Centre for Teachers Professional Development. Located in Beijing, the Centre will serve as a new platform for the transformative power of education: Chinese and Canadian education experts […]Posted on
By Dr. Michael Gardam Operational skills or technical expertise that served you well in non-leadership roles is often of little help when you first step into the complex world of the healthcare leader – managing conflicting priorities, negotiating challenging relationships and coping with seemingly endless healthcare system restructuring. Navigating the system and being successful as […]Posted on
The Cabinet Office Communications, which is part of the Ontario Public Service (OPS), developed a leadership program in partnership with the Schulich Executive Education Centre (SEEC) known as the Developing Communications Leaders Program (DCLP), early in 2016 to provide a unique learning experience tailored to the needs of senior OPS communications staff. Through careful research […]Posted on
Prime Minster Justin Trudeau (centre) with Prof. Bernie Frolic (left) and He Jinsong (right). Schulich Executive Education Centre’s Asian Business & Management Program (SEEC-ABMP) and the Beijing Institute of Education, affiliated with China’s Ministry of Education (BIE), have signed a five-year agreement – valued at C$5 million – aimed at renewing and expanding education training […]Posted on