Stuff You Don’t Learn in Engineering School

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An engineer's road map to professional and personal success.

Congratulations! You're an engineer, and now you're ready to take the corporate world by storm. But in order to succeed in your career, you'll need more than just great technical skills. You'll need to be able to promote your ideas, share them with others, and work with a wide variety of people. Stuff You Don't Learn in Engineering School is designed to give engineers entering the corporate world the soft skills they'll need to succeed -- in business, and in life. Based on the instructor’s popular leadership seminars and book, this easy-to-digest guide to success will help even the most inhibited engineer to comfortably deal with the difficult people, processes, and meetings of today's competitive business world.

Filled with insightful, practical advice addressing vital skill areas and helpful tips you can apply immediately to any situation, Stuff You Don't Learn in E...

An engineer's road map to professional and personal success.

Congratulations! You're an engineer, and now you're ready to take the corporate world by storm. But in order to succeed in your career, you'll need more than just great technical skills. You'll need to be able to promote your ideas, share them with others, and work with a wide variety of people. Stuff You Don't Learn in Engineering School is designed to give engineers entering the corporate world the soft skills they'll need to succeed -- in business, and in life. Based on the instructor’s popular leadership seminars and book, this easy-to-digest guide to success will help even the most inhibited engineer to comfortably deal with the difficult people, processes, and meetings of today's competitive business world.

Filled with insightful, practical advice addressing vital skill areas and helpful tips you can apply immediately to any situation, Stuff You Don't Learn in Engineering School will help you take charge of your career and achieve the success for which you've worked so hard.

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8/10 starsCompleted
2 years, 6 months ago
I appreciated the course, I think it's good to have an outlook of the main soft skill which are so important in the professional life and career; so I recommend it to all recently graduated students.
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10/10 starsCompleted
2 years, 6 months ago
Good summary of soft skills. The instructor gives excellent examples and provides a starting point for further investigation into this broad topic.
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