Certificate in Leading a Culture that Innovates and Executes

  • Now Being Delivered in the Virtual Classroom

  • During the current health emergency, this program will be delivered online. All in-class sessions have been cancelled until further notice.

    Registration is still open for this program and you can enrol online as usual. All participants will be contacted with information on how to take part in these programs from their remote location.

    For information on SEEC program changes, contact us at seec@schulich.yorku.ca or leave a message by phone at 416-736-5079 (toll-free 1-800-667-9380) and we will return your call within 2 hours during regular business hours. You can also use Live Chat to talk with a member of our Customer Care Team.


    While many organizations focus on addressing problems to move forward, one of the most effective ways to reach new heights is to focus on creating a culture of innovation. Contrary to popular belief, the success of winning organizations rests not on ‘innovative’ leaders but on leaders who can create, lead and sustain a culture of innovation. This five-day certificate program will address the critical elements of creating such a culture.

    This standalone course is a component of the Masters Certificate in Innovation Management and counts towards your completion of Masters Certificate requirements.

program learning features

  • Interactive, engaging presentations held live online by SEEC faculty.

  • Work on group projects in our virtual breakout rooms.

  • Engage in guided and free-form discussions online with fellow participants

  • Stay on track while you learn from home with scheduled class times

Top Reasons To Choose This Program

  • Lead the creation of a culture that drives innovation

    Identify the sustainable cultural levers to drive growth through innovation

    Develop innovation leadership for a diverse range of organizational innovators

    Create organizational capability to thrive in an innovative climate

    Understand your organization’s readiness for change