Engineering Leadership Project II: Leadership learning in workplace contexts
For many years, organizations have expected engineers in industry to pursue one of two leadership paths: technical or managerial. However, there is more nuance to the way in engineers contribute their leadership to their organizations and to society. What are the differences in the career paths of engineering leaders? How do these engineers learn to lead along the way? What does this mean for organizations focused on enabling their engineers to lead? We will explore these questions at the Eighth Conference on the Leader-Engineer through interactive activities and workshops.
Staying true to the ethos of the Community of Practice, you can expect a structured and dynamic set of interactions with an exceptional group of participants: a diverse mix of engineers, managers, and human resource professionals from the nine partners of the CoP; engineering students from leadership programs and courses; and the faculty and staff from ILead and U of T who make these initiatives happen.
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