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Why Succession and Leadership Transition Planning Challenges Boomer Leaders


Since 2012, the average age of CEOs climbed from 45 to 50 years old. And while the experience of seasoned leaders benefits organizations, many boomer leaders are looking towards retirement. How then, do we ensure organizations are creating a culture that fosters the growth and rise of future leaders...

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Answer These 5 Simple Questions To Determine If You Are A Competent Engineer


What are Success Enabling Skills, and do you have them? This article will help you identify your gaps and strengths, and show you how Success Enabling Skills can boost your innovation and engagement, and likelihood for promotion; and, how to incorporate Success Enabling Skills into your professional...

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How Engineering Firms Can Increase Operational Profits


Business owners are always looking for ways to improve their profitability. What if there was an effective, proven way to increase your profits and simultaneously build your client relationships, employee morale, and productivity? Good news, there is… The Problem Over the past several decades...

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History, Purpose, and Importance of the Engineering Competency Model


Engineers are notoriously intelligent, solving many of the major problems facing society today. However, at the same time, engineers are oftentimes lacking the soft and work readiness skills they need to truly succeed in becoming a fully competent engineer. How is it that some of the smartest peop...

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How I Discovered Ultra-High-Performance in Engineering – It’s Not What You Think!


Where did the "secret formula" to creating ultra-high-performing engineers and organizations come from? Like I said in the headline, it’s not what you think...I got my BS in Civil Engineering in 1984. I worked for a large utility, owned a successful Civil Engineering and land planning bus...

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