SEEC earns Readers’ Choice awards in Canadian HR Reporter poll
The Schulich Executive Education Centre (SEEC) has been named a Readers’ Choic...
Developing your capability to successfully identify opportunities and lead projects requires more than just skill, it demands the ability to innovate. From strategic planning to the development of new products and operational improvements, today’s leaders must learn to identify and seize untapped business opportunities, create competitive advantage through innovation strategy, and apply design and systems […]Posted on
The latest cohort to complete the Schulich Mini-MBA: Essentials of Management program proved why this popular course is now available three times a year: it’s a huge hit. Karen Bannister, a participant in the Spring session that just concluded, was inspired to post this on her LinkedIn page: “I’ve recently completed the Mini-MBA program from […]Posted on
From Left: Kristen Arnold, Alan Middleton, Joseph Sherren Three representatives of the Schulich Executive Education Centre will participate in the upcoming Toronto World Leadership Forum April 20 to 21 in Mississauga. Alan Middleton, SEEC executive director, will attend as one of the organization’s Leadership Ambassadors, and facilitators Joseph Sherren and Kristen Arnold will be featured […]Posted on
For organizations to succeed they must strike a balance between risk and reward to create and protect enterprise value. Effective risk management is an essential competency to support business performance. The Schulich Executive Education Centre’s Masters Certificate in Risk Management covers the critical areas you need to understand how it’s done. Composed of three stand-alone […]Posted on
In his leadership skills course that is part of the MBA program at the Schulich School of Business, Professor Ingo Holzinger discovered participants were increasingly asking about how to cope with volatility in business – the lingering fallout from the financial crash of 2008 when business as usual ceased to exist and turbulence and transition […]Posted on