Schulich Executive Learning Centre


Cy Charney is one of the Schulich School of Business, York University’s top instructors. As a leading Canadian thought leader in the area of organizational performance, Cy has developed a variety of unique interventions to help organizations in both the private and public sector become leaders in their field. He delivers a practical approach with enthusiasm, energy and a sense of humor. He is also a seasoned trainer who customizes a variety of programs always with the intention of adding value to internal and external customers. He is an acknowledged leader in the area of self-directed learning having created a unique system of team learning called Peer Mentoring™ which is used by organizations around the world. When not at SEEC, Cy is hard at work being a top Canadian consultant for his clients which include a number of Fortune 500 companies and government departments around the world.

Areas of Interest

  • Coaching and Collaboration

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