For many engineers, a face-to-face performance review is the most stressful work conversation they’ll have all year, and for managers, the discussion can be just as tense. In this week’s episode of The Civil Engineering Podcast, I provide practical tips on how engineers and managers can prepare for and get the most out of their annual review.
In this episode, I am going to answer some questions from some of the engineers who participated in our Engineering Management Accelerator Online Workshop. We had so many great questions during this course related to professional development, job promotions, communication, leadership and more, that I decided to share the answers here so that engineers all over the world can benefit from them.
Here is the summary of questions and answers from a recent group coaching call during the Engineering Management Accelerator Online Workshop:
Q: How do I stand out in my company?
Welcome to Episode #9 of Engineering Career TV. The topic for this episode is Driving Value as an Engineer.
I will spend most of the Engineering Career TV episodes answering questions that have been submitted from engineers around the world on how to rapidly advance their careers and live the lives they want to live.
You can submit questions for the show by clicking here.
Let’s jump into today’s topic, Driving Value as an Engineer, which is based on a question from Tomasz, a recent graduate, who asks the following: [Read more…] about Driving Value as an Engineer – Engineering Career TV Ep. 9
In this episode, I interview Josh Doody, a Computer & Electrical Engineer, MBA, author, and consultant, on the very popular topic of salary negotiation.
Engineering Success quotes:
Here are the key points on negotiation: [Read more…] about TECC 115: Salary Negotiation for Engineers
In this session of The Engineering Career Coach Podcast, I will provide coaching to an engineer who is not happy with the rate that he is advancing in his company and we talk about how to press his company on advancement.
“I hate to be a kicker, I always long for peace, but the wheel that does the squeaking is the one that gets the grease.” – Attributed to American humorist Josh Billings
In the Take Action Today segment of the show, I am going to answer two questions from a listener.