In this episode of The Engineering Career Coach podcast, I talk to Tori Thomas, who is a strategic analyst intern at Organica Water about an article she wrote on LinkedIn regarding a disagreement she had with her boss. She explains to us what her goal was when writing the article and how it has affected her, and her internship ever since. We also talk about the passion she has for engineering at such a young age and the importance of using social media in your engineering career for personal branding.
In this episode, I will explain how you can avoid becoming a frog in boiling water in your engineering career. Nobody can predict the future and disaster can strike at any time in your career and that is why you should always strive to minimize risks in your career by being prepared for the absolute worst.
Here Are 5 Action Steps You Can Take to Avoid Becoming a Frog in Boiling Water:
In this episode, I talk with Josh Elledge from UpMyInfluence about how to advance in your engineering career by growing your authority online. Josh gives some great tips on how you can build authority and use it to catapult your career forward.
Here are some of the key points discussed on growing your authority:
This year we’ve been focusing our blog here at Powerful Purpose Associates on helping engineers make the leap from engineer to manager. One critical factor in advancing from engineer to manager will be your ability to develop relationships and bring in new business to your firm. In fact, the CEO of a reputable engineering company recently told me that currently when hiring, they are looking for well-rounded engineers with these skills, whom he referred to as seller-doers.
I have found the following to be important in successful relationship building and subsequently business development: [Read more…] about How LinkedIn Can Help You In Your Transition from Engineer to Manager in Your Engineering Career