Engineering Management Seminar Series
Do you spend most of your day reacting to situations? Have you ever reached an impasse at work?... because “…it’s not you; it’s the system.”
Many of you will answer yes, and it’s time to start thinking differently. It’s time to enhance your engineering education.
Join us for a FREE WEBINAR during your lunch hour to help you develop a new skill which will differentiate you from your engineering peers:
Systems Thinking: The Critical Skill for Effective Leaders and Managers
Wednesday, February 20
12noon – 1:30P.M. Eastern Time
This interactive presentation and Q&A Session is designed to enhance the awareness of a wide range of principles and mental models related to sustainable high performance in today’s dynamic and complex environment. On completion of the presentation the audience will have a framework for making choices that will lead to higher levels of success in both personal and career activities.
The session will be led by Don Koestler, a longtime faculty member for the Drexel Engineering Management Program and President at DJ Koestler, LLC, a company dedicated to teaching and consulting in concepts related to personal and organizational high performance. Prior to teaching at Drexel, Koestler held management and leadership positions at Rohm and Haas Company for over 40 years and played a key role in establishing the company’s Process Development Network. He is a graduate of Villanova University with a degree in Chemical Engineering and continues to serve as a consultant.
RSVP by 2/15: www.drexel.com/engineer-rsvp