SEEC tops Canadian HR Reporter Readers Choice Awards again in 2020
The Schulich Executive Education Centre (SEEC) was chosen as one...
Disrupted and disturbed…. Whether you are standing up stream of your mining supply chain or downstream, what was in place and working is no longer reliable. The stakeholders, the interfaces, the outcomes, as well as the plans, systems and practices have all gone through a major upheaval. Managing an Agile Mining Supply Chain in Challenging […]Posted on
Trust is abstract and how to build it can seem confusing, even bewildering, wrote The Globe and Mail Careers Dec. 12 in an article about managers responding to the challenge of the pandemic. Too often we assume trust flows from competence, says Jordan Berman, a vice-president at the Canadian pharmaceutical company Apotex and author of […]Posted on
Organizations with women leaders in senior management are more profitable and successful. Yet few organizations achieve the benefits associated with gender equity. Drawing from research and best practices, as well as stories from successful women, Practical Strategies for Successful Women Leaders helps participants identify the obstacles in their own workplace and increase their knowledge, skills […]Posted on
New partnership agreement serves as an avenue to promote excellence in the health leadership field The Schulich Executive Education Centre (SEEC) has established a new strategic alliance with the Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL) to increase the leadership capabilities of health care managers in Canada. Through this agreement, participants in the Schulich Mini-MBA: Physician […]Posted on
Even before the global pandemic, organizations were facing dramatic change due to technology and changing customer expectations in how they do business. Gradual improvement is no longer an option and the need for more significant and far-reaching change is creating an urgent need to adapt. The Schulich Executive Education Centre’s five-day Executive Program in Transformational […]Posted on