2016

January


The Next Steps to Leadership Success
Kate Kaynak, Ph.D.

ACEC/NY Winter Conference, Albany, NY

Effective leaders at engineering companies learn how to communicate well, manage their own emotions, motivate people, guide their teams through change, and deal with conflict. They make sure that clients, team-members, and shareholders are all getting what they need. Leaders who develop these interpersonal skills are better equipped to delight their clients, improve employee morale and retention, and create effective teams—all of which improve the company's performance and the bottom line. This presentation will provide an overview of the practical skillset that emerging leaders can choose to develop. These skills can be used for motivating, coaching, and mentoring staff members, building relationships with clients, and creating effective teams. People who choose to develop this skillset early in their careers have a competitive edge as they move up in their organizations.


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September


Leadership Principles

Kate Kaynak, Ph.D.

Tri-State ACEC Fall Conference, West Point, NY

Effective leadership is an essential skillset for professional success. These skills give people a competitive edge—they are able to communicate well, understand and motivate people, create buy-in for new goals, guide their teams through change, and deal with conflict. They make sure that clients, team-members, and shareholders are all getting what they need. Leaders who choose to develop and hone these skills are better equipped to delight their clients, improve employee morale and retention, and create effective teams—all of which improve the company's performance and the bottom line.


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