SEEC tops Canadian HR Reporter Readers Choice Awards again in 2020
The Schulich Executive Education Centre (SEEC) was chosen as one...
A 360-degree process is a great tool for giving leaders clear feedback from their peers, employees and managers. It creates strong motivation and specific focus to improve skills and performance. Receiving 360-degree feedback is more comprehensive and less prone to individual bias since there are multiple perspectives. Furthermore, it is a powerful tool in the […]Posted on
Inspiring leaders…inspire reflection, discovery, courage and humility though emotional intelligence The coronavirus’s impact on society, the economy and people’s lives has been monumental. Families locked in, schools and businesses shut, careers on hold, borders closed and neighbours debating the right way to wear masks and physically distance. But Covid-19 also has revealed silver linings. It […]Posted on
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
A global cultural shift towards addressing economic and social injustice makes it critical for organizations to examine their values and behaviours. It may be difficult to lead ethically but, in this climate of change, it is the only way to ensure organizational sustainability. When unethical behaviour is exposed, it may result in disruption to both […]Posted on
Being good at your job seems a natural strategy for career advancement and it’s true that high-performing employees are frequently promoted. Getting a supervisory role, however, changes everything. There is great demand these days for new leaders to join the ranks of management. A significant portion of the management population is retiring and needs to […]Posted on