Medical Society of PEI adopts successful SEEC program for physician leaders
In April of this year, SEEC kicked off a custom, seven-month run...
The Schulich Executive Education Centre (SEEC) congratulated graduates of the Leadership Enrichment and Advancement Program (LEAP) at a ceremony held in October. SEEC partnered for a second year with the Treasury Board Secretariat on the LEAP 3.0 program, which develops the leadership skills and management expertise for directors in the Ontario Public Service. The six-month […]Posted on
You don’t have to work in a communications department to know that communications skills are critical to success in the workplace. As your career progresses and you gain more responsibility, work relationships intensify. Having good intentions and ideas doesn’t amount to much without the persuasive skills to get people on your side, be understood, and […]Posted on
No one in a position of responsibility enjoys taking stabs in the dark when it comes to decision making or leaving crucial outcomes to chance. That is why the ability to think strategically is a must for any leadership role and a position in public sector management is no exception. Government programs must achieve results […]Posted on
As authors William D. Eggers and Paul Macmillan point out in their book, The Solution Revolution, public- and private-sector responsibilities have transformed with the emergence of the new sharing economy. Governments must focus on how to interact with these entities in a way that does not curb growth and prosperity. In some cases, it is […]Posted on
Organizations can’t ignore the need for training. New skills and methods are required as advanced technologies and employee diversity transforms the workplace. More and more, people are drawn to expand their proficiencies, whether for job requirements or personal needs. What are the methodologies educators must learn to apply in the adult classroom? One effective approach […]Posted on