BYU Engineering Leadership Symposium coming to campus

National Instruments and the Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology are sponsoring the upcoming BYU Engineering Leadership Symposium, "Why engineers and technologists become leaders and why it matters to you."  Attend for the opportunity to hear Coach Brandon Doman of the BYU Football team and Kevin Schultz, VP of R&D of National Instruments, speak about leadership.  The event will be March 10, 2011, 2:00-4:30 p.m. in 377 Clyde Building.  Students are not required to attend the full event and are encouraged to attend any and all sessions they can.  Refreshments will be provided.

Schedule:

 

Time   Location
2:00 Welcome 377 CB
2:15 Brandon Doman
BYU Football Offensive Coordinator & QB Coach
Leadership
377 CB
3:00 Kevin Schultz
Vice President of R&D, National Instruments
Key traits of Leaders:  What is a leader in industry?
377 CB
3:25 Introduction to Breakout topics 377 CB
     
3:30 It's not all about the Benjamins:  Looking at more than just $$ in the job offer.
     Allen Howard & Darin Shaw -- National Instruments
377 CB
  Engineers and technical careers:  why a large % of engineers need sales skills
     Patrick Henry Hansen -- Patrick Henry International
393 CB
  What if we all thought alike?:  Why great companies and institutions foster diversity
     Lisa Barrager -- BYU Ira A. Fulton College
384 CB
     
3:50 Engineers and negotiations:  Trust me, you will negotiate
     Patrick Henry Hansen -- Patrick Henry International
393 CB
  The global economy and how it impacts engineering leadership
     Kevin Schultz -- National Instruments
377 CB
  What if we all thought alike?:  Why great companies and institutions foster diversity
     Lisa Barrager -- BYU Ira A. Fulton College
384 CB
     
4:10 Run an effective meeting: Yes this really matters
     Allen Howard & Jeff Adair -- National Instruments
393 CB
  The global economy and how it impacts engineering leadership
     Kevin Schultz -- National Instruments
377 CB

 

 

 

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