This webinar focuses on ideas for improving the performance of individuals who work in industrial settings.
Whether you are getting ready to graduate with your chemical engineering degree, you are currently unemployed, or you are looking for a new technical challenge, learn about a number of tools AIChE has designed to support you in your job search.
Top educators in the chemical engineering field will discuss how leadership development is addressed through the ChE undergraduate and graduate curriculum and experience.
Effective leadership styles must be varied depending on the situation and perspective of those involved.
Leadership during true acute emergency situations (fires, explosions, chemical releases, and natural disasters) goes far beyond the immediate Incident Command structure.
The founding fathers demonstrated important leadership lesions during the development of the United States in the late 1700’s that should not be forgotten.
Leadership in Chemical Innovation.
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Q&A session hosted by Paul Fanning
AIChE Strategic Plan
LCD opening comments and AIChE overview
Leadership Development Conference welcome
The chemical industry is faced with many challenges including geographic shifts in the location of manufacturing, rising volatile energy costs, a larger role of state-owned entities, security threats, and increasingly stringent health, safety, and
This presentation defines VIP's and their benefits, details general VIP process, addresses unique considerations for small projects, and covers VIP Planning for small projects.
This session is of benefit to anyone moving into a new position, or contemplating such a move in the future, whether at an early or later career stage.
This webinar describes the future of innovation in these spaces, and the roles that chemical engineers will be playing.
This webinar starts with an overview of current best practices and tools for project planning.
In this webinar, Hank Kohlbrand discusses how these trends will impact us, as well as looking at the role that science and technology will play in these changes.