SEEC tops Canadian HR Reporter Readers Choice Awards again in 2020
The Schulich Executive Education Centre (SEEC) was chosen as one...
In most organizations, sales leaders develop from the ranks but, unlike the other managers who receive business training, there is a dearth of training on the sales side. Sales leaders face different challenges, and the complexity of the task is increasing. What does a sales leader have to do that’s different than other managers? Steve […]Posted on
Working with people who report to you can be a challenge. Differences in personal traits, misunderstandings and especially the stress of working during a pandemic can easily derail good teamwork. Although these issues can be improved, there is also a looming shortage of managers: up to 40 per cent of today’s leaders are set to […]Posted on
With the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Digital Age upon us, it is clear that teams are becoming the organizational structure of choice. Developing adaptive and effective teams has become a source of both collective intelligence and competitive advantage. While 92 per cent of employees believe teams are important for organizational success, only 23 per […]Posted on
Long before lock downs and social unrest in North America put new pressure on organizations, the urgency to respond to calls for diversity equity, inclusion and belonging was real. “Someday” can no longer be the answer for addressing inequality. Seventy-one per cent of organizations aspire to have an inclusive culture but only 12% achieve it, […]Posted on
Change is what the field of Organization Development is all about, and there has never been a period of such intense change as this past year. The importance of coping with change is so great that the word itself is incorporated into the title of SEEC’s Masters Certificate program dedicated to this role, which is […]Posted on