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10 Major Career Pitfalls for Technical Professionals - and what you can do about it!

ASME District D

Saturday, May 18, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM (PDT)

10 Major Career Pitfalls for Technical Professionals -...

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
ASME Member - Attend by Webinar Ended $27.00 $0.00
Engineering Society Member - Attend by Webinar Ended $27.00 $0.00
Student, Unemployed or Retired Ended $15.00 $1.82
General Admission Ended $69.00 $4.79

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ASME Career Development Webinar

    Saturday, May 18, 2013

   10:00 AM to 11:00 AM (PDT)

Follow-up Session in Two Weeks

 Check-in begins at 9:30 AM (PDT)

The 10 Major Career Pitfalls

for Technical Professionals

How YOU think about…

  • Your “Ideas”
  • Delegation
  • Always having the right answer
  • Technical Interests
  • The idea that “Data Rules”
  • Non-Technical People
  • Handling Difficult Conversations
  • Teams and Systems
  • Professionalism
  • The Role of Past Success

 

 …is affecting your ability to advance in your Company.

 You and Your Company DESERVE BETTER

  A Great Opportunity to...

  • Address behavioral gaps in your performance
  • Learn what your company really wants from you
  • Improve your performance and communication skills
  • Achieve your full potential…

 

You are a technical professional and an individual contributor. Fantastic! You have skills that were difficult to acquire. You are smart and you do good technical work. But your organization requires more from you. They want you to use your technical knowledge to support others and to work in teams.  Your ideas are not the only ideas that are important.  You are struggling because college didn’t prepare you for this shift in perspective.  Often decisions are not made based on logic or data and you push for what is “right”.  And maybe, you are experiencing this not just in the early stages of your career, but throughout most of your career, and you have been fighting this organizational push.  And now you seem to be left out of the really interesting projects and you don’t understand why.

 

This ASME webinar will address 10 of the major pitfalls that most engineers experience in their careers and how to get around them.  These pitfalls represent the behavioral “gaps” between what college taught you and what most engineering organizations ultimately want from you, long-term.

Who Should Attend:

Engineers, Early Career Engineers, Entrepreneurs, Technical Professionals,

Technical Supervisors, Faculty, Engineering Students, and Engineering Managers.

This event is targeted for engineers and technical professionals at all stages of their career.

 

Join by Webinar: Register Now!

 

ASME Members: $27

Students, Sponsors and Unemployed: $15

General Registration: $69

 

1.0  Professional Development Hour (PDH) is Available!

 

For more information/sponsorship opportunities:

Contact Registrar: (DistrictD.asme@gmail.com) 

 

10 Major Career Pitfalls for

Technical Professionals

Event Schedule

Time (PST)

Topic

9:30 am – 9:59 am

 

Connect to the webinar and watch the pre-event slideshow

10:00 am – 11:00 am  

“10 Major Career Pitfalls for

Technical Professionals”

Steven Cerri

Founder, STCerri International

 

11:00am

Event Closes


 Speaker Background

 

Steven Cerri

(Founder, ST Cerri International)           

Steven Cerri is a top trainer, facilitator, and coach who has helped thousands of engineers enhance their communication and management skills and make the transition from engineer to leader.

 As a sought-after and highly respected speaker, especially within the engineering profession, he offers keynotes, workshops, training and consulting to corporations, associations, and individuals.
 
His clients include Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corporation, University of California, Maersk Logistics, ViewSonic Corp., Lockheed Martin Corporation, Sandia National Laboratories, Genentech, ARDEC Armament University, and GeoGraphix Inc., as well as executives, and entrepreneurs.
 
Steven began his career as an aeronautical engineer employed at Rockwell International Corporation. He then acquired an M.S. in geophysics and worked as a programmer and researcher for the United States Geological Survey before returning to the flight performance group of Rockwell International. During his second stint at Rockwell, Steven met four engineers and together they started a software development and systems engineering company focused on Department of Defense programs. Steven received an MBA and progressed from program manager to director, to vice president of engineering, chief operations officer and general manager.
 
He then left to join a printer start-up as product manager and director of corporate training, helping the company grow from half a million to over a quarter of a billion dollars in six years. He since founded ST Cerri International, where he provides training and coaching in interpersonal people skills, management, and leadership transition to help great engineers become great managers and even greater leaders.


Have questions about 10 Major Career Pitfalls for Technical Professionals - and what you can do about it!? Contact ASME District D

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Organizer

ASME District D

ASME District D serves a large geographic region of the ASME covering the Pacific West Coast of the North America.

Contact Registrar: Lee Han or Judith Bamberger

DistrictD.asme@gmail.com; judith.bamberger@pnnl.gov

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