ASEM Webinars - Academic Partnership Series
"Strategies for Becoming an Effective Engineering Manager"
Presenter: Patrick Sweet, P.Eng., PMP
President, Tandem Consulting
26 January 2022
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM (EST)
Many ambitious engineering students dream of one day transitioning into management and leadership roles in their careers. When an engineer finally makes the jump from being an individual contributor to a manager, however, it’s very common for them to feel overwhelmed and unprepared. It’s not until they assume their new roles that they realize how significant a departure management is from their previous role, and how little preparation they were provided by their organization. This webinar is designed to teach aspiring engineering managers some of the key skills they need to develop early in their careers in order to become excellent future leaders.
Attendees will learn:
- The important differences between management and leadership
- How to develop practical leadership skills at any career stage
- Self-management skills and how to transition those skills to formal leadership roles
About the Presenter
Patrick Sweet, P.Eng., MBA, PMP, CSEP is a recognized expert in engineering management, leadership, and productivity. He is the president of Tandem Consulting, which specializes in leadership and management development for engineers and engineering firms. He also hosts the popular Engineering & Leadership Podcast, a show dedicated to helping engineering leaders thrive.
Prior to launching Tandem Consulting, Pat spent 13 years in industry. His work focused predominantly on leading and managing engineers through complex systems integration projects in the rail and defence industries. He's worked as a product manager, project manager, systems engineering manager, and as the head of configuration management at a large naval combat systems integrator.
Pat's work has been covered by the Financial Times and CBS News, and has been published by organizations such as IEEE, NSPE, Engineering.com. He's also been featured on numerous blogs and podcasts, including The Engineering Career Coach, Hired.com, the Engineering.
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