Management in a Black Swan VUCA World
Alan Middleton, Executive Director of SEEC, speaks at the alumni breakfast event...
1. Learn how to be present You cannot not communicate – or so the cliché goes. One of the skills that separate the mediocre from the pretty darn good when it comes to business communication, is keeping one’s thoughts in the moment. Try to not think about the previous interactions or thoughts you have had […]Posted on
Developing skills around influence and persuasion is one of the core components of our leadership development programs at the Schulich Executive Education Centre. Mark Bowden is a key coach/facilitator in both Open Enrolment and custom programs at SEEC, which partners with many of Canada’s top corporations in the development of a pipeline of leadership talent. […]Posted on