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September 16th, 2020

Communicate effectively by using active listening techniques

Research has shown that active listening improves relationships by increasing trust while reducing conflict. These active listening techniques will help you to motivate and inspire those you communicate with.

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September 10th, 2020

Strategies for leadership in an uncertain future: Where are we now?

Our Tony Frost returns with Kevin O’Brien, HBA '93, President and GM of WW Canada, and Larissa Chaikowsky, MBA ’04, Chief Operating Officer, US Wealth Management, BMO to revisit some key themes from previous complimentary livestreams regarding the economic shock of COVID-19.

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August 25th, 2020

Essential qualities of aspiring leaders

Whether you’re a leader in an official capacity, or a team member who seeks greater responsibility, adopting and practicing these traits will put you on the fast-track to leadership.

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August 20th, 2020

Planning for the human side of strategy

In this complimentary livestream, our panel looked at organizations responding to COVID with people-centric strategies and offered real-world tips for leaders facing uncertainty from the economic shocks of the global pandemic.

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August 11th, 2020

Shift your thinking with executive coaching

Emily Knight, Director, MS Knowledge Network, details her experience in the Ivey Leadership Program and how the support of an executive coach helped her solve her most pressing leadership challenge.

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The Ivey Academy is ranked #1 for executive education in Canada.

As a partner to the L&D community, The Ivey Academy is Canada’s only full service L&D house, blending university-based executive education with talent assessment, strategy, and behaviour change sustainment.