Stuff You Don't Learn in Engineering School
by Carl Selinger
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The real world is different from engineering school and engineers can benefit from learning soft skills to complement their technical skills. This tutorial is designed to help younger engineers and emerging project managers learn the soft skills that are important to be more effective in today's fast-paced world. The soft skills include: decision-making, setting priorities, running meetings, speaking, writing and listening more effectively, running teams and negotiating. Carl Selinger is an independent consultant in aviation, transportation planning, and strategic business planning. His 37-year career includes 31 years at The Port Authority of NY & NJ, where Mr. Selinger rose to Manager of Aviation Business Development.
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These are basically commercials
Disappointingly brief. He spends more time introducing the topics than talking about them. Feels like a teaser for longer lectures that it's unclear how to find. Join IEEE I guess?