Successfully Managing Your Engineering Career (No Nonsence Manuals, #5)
As an engineer, have you ever thought you should be getting paid more for what you know and do? Do you feel you should be making more headway with your career than you have? Perhaps you feel your career has plateaued?
Maybe you've wondered how others seem to have made greater and quicker progress. Alternatively, have you wanted to get organised and get on for a while now, but never seem to have enough time (or motivation, if you're honest)?
Do any of these points resonate in some way with you? OK, well don't you owe it to yourself to be proactive and take control of your career? This targeted, powerful guide helps you to rapidly develop yourself as an engineer or technical professional. Identify, plan, then go out and get the skills and knowledge you require to be as competive and employable as possible.
Get the most interesting, the most rewarding and the best paid job you can - either at your current place or elsewhere. Position yourself to take the next opportunity you get to advance your career.
Additionally, this information is ideal for planning and improving employee skill levels for teams in small-to-medium sized manufacturing businesses. Beat the skills shortage currently holding employers back, by linking skills gaps and employee development in a clever, straightforward plan.
Identify the talent necessary for better business performance, improved productivity and enhanced profitability. Crucially, retain your best staff by offering them a rich range of options. Contents include:
Where are you now? - How to quickly set career goals and work towards objectives; How to get organised and get on - stop procrastinating! Professional development in your current role; Preparing for the future - industry and markets; Vocational training and apprenticeships; Qualifications advice; Professional engineering institutions; Engineering publications and media; Career planning and skills identification system for sm