Schulich ExecEd launches digital credentials for all its education courses
Digital credentials are fast becoming an accepted way for individuals and employ...
Though most mid-senior leaders recognize the importance of breaking down silos to help people collaborate across boundaries, they struggle to make it happen. Why is it so hard in reality? Think about your own relationships at work—the people you report to and those who report to you. Now consider the people in other functions, units, […]Posted on
When facing a difficult decision, learning how to make it can be more important than the decision itself. Knowing how to ask the right questions and consider the problem from a strategic perspective can lead you to an excellent solution you may not have considered. In this new video, Schulich Executive Education Centre and Schulich […]Posted on
Earlier this year, I downloaded the Hayes 2021 Salary Guide. Nestled in the report was data that really hit hard. According to research they completed late in 2020, 52 per cent of Ontario workers were considering leaving their current employers and somewhere close to 25 per cent were ready to pull the plug on their […]Posted on
Being promoted to a manager’s position means you were good at what you do but the reward can be a mixed blessing – you will now be judged by what you can get others to accomplish. It’s a completely new, rewarding job with different skills that you need to succeed. Management 1 is Schulich ExecEd’s […]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, Leadership for Women: Practical Strategies for Success helps participants identify the obstacles in their own workplace and increase their knowledge, […]Posted on