Top-tier engineers have a balanced skill-set that sets them apart from other engineers. They know that much more than technical proficiency is needed for on-the-job success.
Top-tier engineers have business skills, leadership ability and interpersonal aptitude—they are able to influence others, navigate conflict, negotiate, and communicate openly and clearly.
Auxilium’s Top-Tier Engineer™ On-Demand Seminar helps to quickly develop the balanced skill-set that’s necessary for job success and career advancement. Since 2002, Auxilium has served the engineering community with a leading approach for developing essential competencies such as leadership, project management and communication. Our Top-Tier Engineer™ program is a unique and highly effective methodology for engineers and engineering leaders to balance technical and non-technical competencies.
After the seminar, participants will use our proprietary assessment instrument to balance engineering competencies across these five areas: technical, communication, leadership, management, and business fundamentals. Using the results of the assessment that determines the level of competency in each area, participants will then be enabled to approach professional development in areas that need improvement and work toward a balanced skill-set optimized for their role, responsibilities, and growth plan.
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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)