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Closing the soft skills gap in engineering practice

Closing the soft skills gap in engineering practice

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Year published:2017
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This webinar examines the history and the reasons why there is a gap in the soft skills competencies in the Engineering industry and academia, and the skill competencies practicing engineers need to obtain to close that gap.

Learning Objectives:
1. Discuss the history of the soft skills gap in engineering practice.
2. Define the definitions, terms, and language associated with soft skills.
3. Review the Engineering Competency Model (ECM).
4. Identify steps in the acquisition of soft skill competencies.
 
Randy P. Wall, P.E., MPA is the President of the Engineering Leadership Institute and is a values-based leadership consultant grounded in a 33-year career in Engineering, business, political science, and entrepreneurial mastery. Mr. Wall received his BSCE from UC Davis, his MPA from MSU Bozeman, and is currently a PhD Candidate in the American Studies Program at MSU, with a dissertation in Leadership in the American Engineering Industry. Mr. Wall is a Licensed Professional Engineer in six states including Montana.

 
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