Career topics may include, but are not limited to: tips for conducting a successful job search, communicating effectively, negotiating salary, building management skills, gauging and maximizing individual or team performance, effectively utilizing social media, networking for success, strengthening engineering skills and competencies, the benefits of professional licensure, learning about patent and trademark protections, identifying and learning more about innovation and entrepreneurship opportunities, and sharing successful business practices.
AI Can Transform the Way We Work — Are You Using it?
Understanding AI's capabilities and their implications for the workplace is essential for individuals and organizations as we navigate the future of work.
Getting More Sleep Will Improve Your Work Performance
When we are continuously burning the candle at both ends for work, we cannot bring our full value to any aspect of our lives, including work.
Weighing the Risk of Taking Risks
We don’t want to be afraid of making big moves in our career, but during uncertain times, we need to be weighing the risk of taking risks.
It’s becoming increasingly important for students and young technical professionals to study and master Scrum techniques to be successful.
Dealing with Terrible Coworkers? Here’s Why Conflict Might Actually be the Solution
Tired of dealing with difficult coworkers? Healthy conflict actually can lead to better work outcomes, if handled with care.
Final E-Book in Ultimate Upgrade Essentials Series Explores the Cost of Leadership
The final book of The Ultimate Upgrade Essentials series explores different types of leaders, making things happen for others, and leaving leadership.
IEEE-USA Releases New Audiobook on Public Speaking for Engineers
This new audiobook argues that more engineers fail because of a lack of public speaking skills, rather than a lack of technical skills.
How to Request Feedback and Actually Get It
Asking for feedback can put pressure on the person from whom you’re requesting it, which can result in radio silence or no follow-up.
How “Good Vibes Only” Can Create Toxic Work Environments
No one wants to work with an office full of grumps, but perhaps we can find a balance between that and creating happiness fatigue.
How to Survive a Highly Technical Meeting
Surviving a highly technical meeting requires strong communication to ensure that everyone is coming away with the information they need.