Presence and Presentation

There is no such thing as a quick-fix when it comes to capturing and maintaining an audience’s attention. But by being aware of some of the qualities of a good presenter, over time it is possible to refine your skills as a professional speaker. Whether you’re speaking in front of your department or at a […]

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Free Audiobook Offers Career Tips for Young Engineers

Once upon a time…Veteran author and educator Harry T. Roman wrote a career guidance and development e-book–especially for young engineers. Packed with solid, practical advice, Tips for Young Engineers offers dozens of useful, career-building ideas the author acquired during his 36-year career with Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G), the largest utility serving New […]

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Free E-Book Spills the Secrets to Becoming a World-Changer

In IEEE-USA E-BOOKS’ two-part book series, Secrets to Being a World-Changer, you will find handy-dandy guides that will give you access to “the inner circle.” IEEE Members Jonathan Chew and Leo Szeto are two engineers who have devoted the past few years to boost their own creativity and leadership. As Disney Imagineers, and the authors […]

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Introducing EVO 2019

IEEE-USA’s Premier Leadership Event Changing times demand an Evolution of You™. The dynamics of Leadership are shifting constantly – to stay ahead of the curve, your business skill set must evolve as well. EVO is a one-of-a-kind conference featuring insightful and inspiring keynotes, dynamic panel discussions and immersive sessions to help you advance your career […]

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Learn about IEEE-USA’s New Consultant Finder

(Recorded Webinar) IEEE-USA has just launched the IEEE-USA Consultant Finder powered by IEEE Collabratec! With this webinar, IEEE-USA provides current subscribers and everyone else who is considering entering the gig economy a brief overview of this service. This webinar provides a brief overview illustrating how to login, create, or access your consultant profile and review all […]

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Free IEEE-USA Audiobooks Available!

Did you know that IEEE-USA is now producing audiobooks? Three titles have been released so far and are available for FREE! Check them out today.

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DOE Scholars Program – Apply Now!

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Scholars Program introduces students or recent college graduates to DOE’s mission and operations. Participants in the DOE Scholars Program will have the opportunity to showcase their education, talent, and skills and earn a competitive edge by learning first-hand DOE functions. Applications Now Being Accepted (Deadline Dec. 17th) Being selected […]

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2018 Future Leaders Forum

Thank You! Over 200 engineering professionals gathered in Austin, Texas for the 2018 IEEE-USA Future Leaders Forum to learn and share the hottest trends in leadership and technology. Brilliant inventors, passionate entrepreneurs, and corporate leaders led keynotes, activities and panel discussions. With topics ranging from risk-taking and decision-making to improv and creativity to professional fashion […]

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Career Development and the Value of Volunteerism

Featured FLF ’18 Session – One of Chan Wong’s career goals is to encourage and groom young engineers to become accomplished leaders/influencers, big-picture thinkers and confident interpersonal communicators who can be successful role models for upcoming generations of young professionals. At FLF 2018, Chan will share his experiences on how his engagement with a professional […]

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Keynote: Decisions and Their Consequences

Presenter: Maxim Jago, Chief Futurist, GameFace Labs –  How can you make choices that serve your goals, your group, and your community? What is it that makes choices apt, and how can we know if a decision we have made is the right one? Bombarded with information and perspectives, leaders much measure their choices against ever-changing […]

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Master the Phone Interview

What Hiring Managers Want to Hear from Candidates in a Phone Interview (IEEE-USA Free Webinar) – Behavioral interviewing is said to be 55 percent predictive of future on-the-job behavior, while traditional interviewing is only 10 percent predictive. As a result, companies are increasingly focusing on screening candidates for behavioral traits, especially in 5 core areas: […]

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