Continuing Education

Becoming a Results-Oriented Engineer [N19]

Many young engineers tend to be task-oriented engineers focusing on how many hours I worked, was I productive, did I complete my assignment on time, was my input data for my structural model correct, etc. Becoming a results-oriented engineer changes your focus to measurable results such as new client relationships, profitability, revenue, problem solving, risk management, and creative solutions. This session will summarize several skill sets to help you transition from a task-oriented engineer to a results-oriented engineering.
  • Date: 3/26/2014 - 3/28/2014
  • PDH Credits: 0


John Miller

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