Carl Selinger: Stuff you Don't Learn in Engineering School
In this interview, Carl Selinger, author of "Stuff You Don't Learn in Engineering School," discusses the advice that can be found in his hand-book for engineers. Selinger explains the importance of business and social skills for engineers in the professional world, in order to have a successful career. In this interview, Selinger explains some of the examples given in his book and why they will benefit all engineers. This book offers practical advice on topics that include shaking hands effectively, exchanging business cards appropriately in different cultures, successfully running meetings with your staff, and dealing with the stress that can sometimes be found in the work place.
Carl Selinger's," Stuff You Don't Learn in Engineering School" takes a look into business skills engineers should have to succeed in the workplace. In this video Selinger offers practical advice on topics that include shaking hands effectively, exchanging business cards appropriately, running meetings and dealing with stress in the work place.
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