Medical Society of PEI adopts successful SEEC program for physician leaders
In April of this year, SEEC kicked off a custom, seven-month run...
Social and political forces have caused a shift in how organizations approach public relations, a field more aptly described today as “public engagement”. Old style public relations was designed to guide perceptions and behaviours around a product, service or brand, and to form a two-way relationship with the public by building mutual understanding and trust, […]Posted on
According to studies, Canada lags behind other countries in the area of sustainability in purchasing and supply chains, and there is concern that public pressure will increase on government to bring forward legislation to address the issue. At a recent meeting of the advisory council of the Centre of Excellence in Responsible Business (COERB) in […]Posted on
Those working in the field of business should not let misconceptions warp their understanding of what executive education is really about. Here are five myths that might need to be corrected to erase fears and assumptions about this indispensable learning experience. MYTH #1: Executive education is for executives. There may very well be executives in […]Posted on
Every organization wants to be “customer centric” but very few achieve it – and even fewer organizations are capable of sustaining it over the long term. But the rewards for doing so are great – and critical to success in today’s changing market environment. Customer centricity is about defining and flawlessly delivering a branded customer […]Posted on
Workplaces that support executive education have higher levels of employee engagement and job satisfaction. Whether the goal is to expand skills relevant to a current role or to move up to a position with more responsibilities, executive education leads to professional growth and competency. But tuition fees and time off work can amount to a […]Posted on