When I read Jeff Weiner’s LinkedIn post these qualities reminded me of some of the teams of people I have worked with through my life, among them UPRM folks and the Learning Factory team a few years back. Very difficult to find and let go! Read the article here.
From my dear friend and colleague, Patricio Poblete:
We are glad to invite you to come to Santiago de Chile for the CDIO Fall Meeting 2014, to be held on November 12-14. The conference is being organized by the School of Engineering and Science of the University of Chile.
We hope to see you all in Santiago!
CDIO Fall Meeting 2014
Loved this article posted on LinkedIn. In brief, great bosses have these characteristics:
- They believe the unbelievable.
- They see opportunity in instability and uncertainty.
- They wear their emotions on their sleeves.
- They protect others from the bus.
- They’ve been there and done that… and still do that.
- They lead by permission not authority.
- They embrace a larger purpose.
- They take real, not fake risks.
and I add,
9. They mentor others.
10. They celebrate others’ successes.
The abstract submission phase for the 2015 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition being held in Seattle, WA will open, September 2, 2014 is open!
Abstracts will be accepted through October 19, 2014. The Call for Papers for the various divisions are available on our website at http://www.asee.org/conferences-and-events/conferences/annual-conference/2015/program-schedule/call-for-papers . Sunday Workshop and Distinguished Lecture Applications may also be submitted between September 2 andNovember 2, 2014.
The 2015 Annual Conference Author’s Kit contains extremely important information regarding the submission process as well as all relevant deadline dates and is available on our website at http://www.asee.org/conferences-and-events/conferences/annual-conference/2015 . Please be advised, all authors are responsible for meeting all deadlines and requirements. Please be sure to read the Author’s Kit and refer to it whenever necessary.
If you have any questions regarding submitting your abstract submission, your Monolith account or the paper management process, please contact Brianna Smith at (202) 649-3829 email@example.com for assistance.
Great article by Travis Bradburry, co-aouthor of EQ 2.0! A must read by young and experienced professionals.
Stanford and MIT started them in the 1990’s, now with the MOOCs they are becoming more relevant to complement online classes. Read the article from EdTech.
For women, success means different things at different times in her life. Read the Time article and take the poll. Right on!