“This course focuses on the really important issues that engineers need to understand.”
– Wendell Neumeyer, Engineering Director, Artex Aircraft
Leadership for Engineers – A Logical and Practical Approach
The Leadership for Engineers workshop teaches skills needed to lead projects, drive innovation, and influence others in an engineering role or similar technical role. Participants learn the differences between leadership and management and how to develop specific leadership abilities that are important to engineers and technical professionals. The most important leadership traits that apply to engineering and technical project leadership responsibilities are emphasized. Participants engage in exercises that assess their individual leadership abilities and provide guidance for further development.
Case studies and real-life examples illustrate how the principles apply on the job. The Leadership for Engineers case studies and examples are drawn from a broad range of product development team environments at small, medium, and large companies serving many industries. You will also benefit from the instructor’s direct experience contributing to successful engineering projects for over 25 years.
After participating in the Leadership for Engineers workshop you will be enabled to:
- Become more influential
- Improve ability to lead projects and teams
- Identify leadership development goals specific to your needs
- Get more support for ideas that will benefit your company
- Build rapport with managers and peers
- Improve team communication
The Leadership for Engineers registration fee includes a comprehensive guidebook, case studies, assessments, personalized development plan, tip sheets, Engineering Momentum E-zine subscription, and email/phone follow-up with the workshop leader to assist with implementation. Lunch and refreshments are also included.
Pricing and Registration
Early Registration: 20% off (use Coupon/Promotion Code EARLY)
Group Rate: 15% discount for groups of 4 or more.
Workshops are limited to 24 people, and can fill up quickly.
On-site Workshops: $6250 for up to 24 participants at your facility. Includes travel within the continental U.S., materials and follow-up.
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|Rochester, NY||April 3, 2017||through 3/22||after 3/22|
|Minneapolis, MN||April 24, 2017||through 4/11||after 4/11|
|Edison, NJ||May 3, 2017||through 4/19||after 4/19|
|Durham, NC||May 17, 2017||through 5/3||after 5/3|
|Charlotte, NC||May 22, 2017||through 5/8||after 5/8|
|San Mateo, CA||June 14, 2017||through 5/31||after 5/31|
|Seattle, WA||June 21, 2017||through 6/7||after 6/7|
|Chicago, IL||July 12, 2017||through 6/28||after 6/28|
|Orlando, FL||July 19, 2017||through 7/5||after 7/5|
|Portland, OR||August 2, 2017||through 7/19||after 7/19|
|Cleveland, OH||August 16, 2017||through 8/2||after 8/2|
|Houston, TX||September 27, 2017||through 9/13||after 9/13|
|Austin, TX||October 2, 2017||through 9/18||after 9/18|
|Englewood, NJ||October 16, 2017||through 10/2||after 10/2|
|Charlotte, NC||November 6, 2017||through 10/23||after 10/23|
|Novi, MI||November 15, 2017||through 11/1||after 11/1|
|Denver, CO||November 30, 2017||through 11/16||after 11/16|
|San Mateo, CA||December 4, 2017||through 11/20||after 11/20|
|Dallas, TX||December 11, 2017||through 11/27||after 11/27|
|Phoenix, AZ||December 14, 2017||through 11/30||after 11/30|
The best way to guarantee your enrollment is to register online with a credit card. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover cards. If paying by check, make payable to Auxilium, Inc. Email purchase orders here.
Auxilium, Inc. federal tax ID number: 01-0666217
Register by Phone: Call 800-577-3528 or 971-222-6234 to enroll individuals or groups using a credit card.
Dates and Locations
April 3, 2017
Hilton Garden Inn
30 Celebration Drive
Rochester, NY, 14620
April 24, 2017
1330 Industrial Blvd. NE
Minneapolis, MN, 55413
Electronics, mechanical and software engineering are all part of Gary Hinkle’s background, working in design and management of communication equipment, industrial controls, telemetry systems, consumer audio, avionics, computers, test & measurement, among other industries. Today, he’s principal consultant at Auxilium, a company he founded in 2002 to help engineering-oriented businesses increase productivity.
Throughout his career Gary has worked with thousands of managers and engineers at hundreds of companies – leading projects and teams, helping to improve processes, and helping technical leaders develop leadership and management competencies. Much of Gary’s knowledge comes from working directly with customers and learning from them. He has experienced what works and what doesn’t work within hundreds of businesses. Consulting clients and participants in his workshops benefit from this experience. (More)
If for any reason you are not satisfied, write to us within 30 days after attending the workshop, return the materials, and we’ll arrange for you to receive a full refund – hassle-free!
Who Should Attend
- Design Engineers
- Manufacturing Engineers
- Test Engineers
- Software/IT Developers
- Applications/Support Engineers
- Technical Marketing Engineers
- Project Leaders/Managers
- Engineering Managers/Supervisors
- Prospective Managers
“I’ll use the tools from this course immediately to improve my influence skills and especially for influencing team members to strengthen commitments.”
– Rene Valenzuela, Sr. Mechanical Engineer, Mitsubishi Digital
“Excellent ideas about building trust and respect. The course encouraged me to set a vision and direction for my team.”
– Joel Smith, Project Leader, A-Dec, Inc.
“Made me think of things in a new light. I will immediately use the tools, techniques and tips.”
– Curtis Hamlin, Texas Instruments
“Gary is an excellent speaker and very knowledgeable about the material presented. A ’10’ on a 1-10 scale!”
– Karen Wong, Software Engineer, PSC Inc.
“This course gave me a way to quantify my current leadership skills, and identify improvements that will have the greatest impact.”
– Blaine Monson, Intel Corp.
“The self-assessment checklists are excellent!”
– Padma Prakash, Opsware, Inc.
“Outstanding content and presentation. Very interactive and useful right away.”
– Sushil Nema, Engineer, TriQuint Semiconductor
Continuing Education Credits: 6.5 PDHs/PDUs
Offer This Workshop Onsite
All of Auxilium’s workshops are available for onsite delivery. Call today and let us customize this program for you.
Logistics and Details
Cancellations and substitutions
Payment is required in advance but is refundable, less a $50 processing fee, if your cancellation is received 5 full business days before the course. If you fail to attend and do not notify us in advance, the fee is not refunded. Substitutes are welcome. Simply send the substitute on the day of the course and notify the instructor of the change on arrival.
Directions to the site will be provided after the registration is processed.
We begin at 9:00 a.m. sharp and wrap up at about 5:15 p.m.
Check-in begins at 8:30 AM. Lunch and refreshments will be provided. Lunch is from approximately 12:30 to 1:30 PM. Dress is casual.
Course content and availability are subject to change without notice. We reserve the right to cancel a course for any reason or change the venue. If we must cancel a course, liability is limited to a refund of the paid registration fee.
Call 800-577-3528 or 971-222-6234 between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time or email.