Knowing When to Cut Losses or Ask for Help
An effective leader knows when to cut their losses on a project.  They know this through a comb...
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Three Strategies for Obtaining Credentials and Propelling Your Engineering Career

The following is a summary of Episode 43 of my podcast, The Engineering Career Coach (TECC) Podcast.... More >>
Nothing Is Perfect: 5 Tips from A Recovering Perfectionist

This is Part V of a six-part series about leadership for engineers preparing for their first profess... More >>
Learn to Relax

This is Part IV of a six-part series about leadership for engineers preparing for their first profes... More >>
Building Your Delegation Chops

This is Part III of a six-part series about leadership for engineers preparing for their first profe... More >>
Relying on Courage to Bridge the Experience Gap

This is Part II of a six-part series about leadership for engineers preparing for their first profes... More >>
Tips on How to Shift Your Domestic Engineering Career to an International Opportunity

The following is a summary of Episode 40 of my podcast, The Engineering Career Coach (TECC) Podcast.... More >>
Don’t Let Lack of Experience Keep You From Speaking With Authority

This is Part I of a six-part series about leadership for engineers preparing for their first profess... More >>
From Engineer to Entrepreneur – The Benefits of an Entrepreneurial Approach in Your Engineering Career with Sam Lytle

The following is a summary of Episode 39 of my podcast, The Engineering Career Coach (TECC) Podcast.... More >>
Don’t Just Do Something, Stand There!

A common misconception for young leaders is that they must always be doing something.  They mus... More >>

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