Management in a Black Swan VUCA World
Alan Middleton, Executive Director of SEEC, speaks at the alumni breakfast event...
Prime Minster Justin Trudeau (centre) with Prof. Bernie Frolic (left) and He Jinsong (right). Schulich Executive Education Centre’s Asian Business & Management Program (SEEC-ABMP) and the Beijing Institute of Education, affiliated with China’s Ministry of Education (BIE), have signed a five-year agreement – valued at C$5 million – aimed at renewing and expanding education training […]Posted on
SEEC instructor Brett Richards, PHd, spoke to members of AMA Toronto Chapter today at a breakfast event held at the Nadal Management Centre. Richards, an expert on Emotional Intelligence (EQ), spoke about how understanding it can help mentors increase the value of their efforts and provide insight in return. Craig Lund (on right in photo), […]Posted on
By David Barrett Project managers are the best-equipped employees to take on roles as senior leaders. They just need a little training. If you think about the key qualities that make a great leader they would be: a great people person – compassionate;a visionary – can see the big picture and communicate the plan ;a […]Posted on
Alan Middleton, Executive Director of SEEC, speaks at the alumni breakfast event July 27 about surprising events and how to manage the volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity they can bring. If you missed this breakfast, register for future events today!Posted on
Professor emeritus Dalton Kehoe’s latest book,Mindful Management: The Neuroscience of Trust and Effective Workplace Leadership has recently been listed in the top five management coaching books of the past year by Forbes Magazine. Kehoe formally retired as Senior Scholar of Communications Studies in 2008 after a 41-year career at York University. He still teaches teaches […]Posted on