SEEC earns Readers’ Choice awards in Canadian HR Reporter poll
The Schulich Executive Education Centre (SEEC) has been named a Readers’ Choic...
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
Start the New Year off with a plan to bolster your skill set with one of these new programs from SEEC. Each has been added to our calendar of executive education and management training courses to keep you abreast of the latest developments in your field. Many of these new programs incorporate online components to […]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
The difference between intentions and perceptions in work relationships can be vast, says Diana Kawarsky, a facilitator at the Schulich Executive Education Centre. In fact, she likens communication to throwing ideas across a canyon and hoping they get to the other side intact. “We hope they are perceived correctly by others,” she says, “but your […]Posted on
1. Learn how to be present You cannot not communicate – or so the cliché goes. One of the skills that separate the mediocre from the pretty darn good when it comes to business communication, is keeping one’s thoughts in the moment. Try to not think about the previous interactions or thoughts you have had […]Posted on