On Saturday, November 12, 2005 IEEE will be hosting the “Making the Transition from Practicing Scientist, Engineer or Technologist to Practicing Manager” seminar. Details:
Speaker: Thomas Meylan, Evolving Success
Time: 8:30AM – 11 AM (Continental Breakfast at 8:30AM; Seminar starts at 9:00 AM)
Place: Mitre Corporation, Building 2 Conference Room 1N100A/B, 7515 Colshire Drive, McLean, VA
Directions: Off Route 123 in Tysons Corner. See www.mitre.org/about/locations/mitre2_map.html.
More info: The typical scientist, engineer or technologist brings the following skills to managerial duties:
* Exceptional problem solving skills
* Exceptional self-improvement skills
* Exceptional system modeling skills
The typical manager has to be able to:
* Understand his or her business environment
* Build key relationship networks
* Build successful teams
* Exploit business opportunities and problems (yes, both)
This seminar will help you make this transition successfully. The
participants will receive a training manual. This seminar is offered through Washington Academy of Sciences, of which IEEE Northern Virginia and Washington Sections are affiliates.
Contact: Please RSVP by November 9, 2005 to Debra Meale at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 703-492-3007.