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The Secrets to Success When Starting Your Own Business

What could your career look like if you moved in an entrepreneurial direction? Starting your own engineering business has its unique challenges. Gain valuable insight into what it takes to launch your own company, take your networking skills to the next level, and to rise to the next stage of your career trajectory.

The Secrets to Success When Starting Your Own Business Century is a free virtual event presented by serial entrepreneur Jacquelyn Adams, IEEE Senior Member.
 

Key Takeaways:

  • Help elevate your networking skills to the next level by crafting an engaging bio and professional introduction
  • Offer tips to build a community of mentors and advisers who can help you establish your brand
  • Provide leadership “hacks” that will grow your business
  • Live Q&A session

 

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Want Great Mentors? Be a Good Mentee

Written by Jacquelyn Adams This article originally appeared in IEEE-USA InSight. It is reprinted here with permission from IEEE-USA. Copyright 2019 IEEE In business, lots of people are encouraged to find their mentors. And there are many advice columns about how to be a good mentor. But what about the mentee? What’s their ownership in […]

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Why You Need a Bio Now

Written by Jacquelyn Adams This article originally appeared in IEEE-USA InSight. It is reprinted here with permission from IEEE-USA. Copyright 2019 IEEE When Girl Scouts called to announce I was being honored with the “Women of Distinction” award, I was thrilled. When they requested my bio to include in their awards ceremony brochure, I panicked. […]

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Should You Be Worried About the Engineering Talent Shortage?

According to the 2018 Skills Gap Study issued by Deloitte and the Manufacturing Institute, it’s time to start worrying about the predicted shortage of engineering talent. In the next decade, 2.4 million manufacturing positions in the U.S. will go unfilled. The continued shortage will lead to a potential loss of $454 billion in economic output. […]

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