This is a guest blog by Kyle K. Cheerangie, P.E.
Engineering requires deep and focused thought. There are two primary engineering positions: the Engineer and the Engineering Manager. Each requires a unique work style.
The main performance environment of the Engineer is at their desk in solitude. Engineers, the technical staff, typically require silence in order to focus on their work. The main performance environment of the Engineering Manager is in the group. Engineering Managers, the group leaders, must thrive in leading a group to accomplish the work.
Although their working environments and work types are different, each professional must understand their personal work style.
There Are Several Factors That Make up Your Personal Work Style:
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