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.
What does it take to advance in a career? How do you break through the glass ceiling - whether you’re a man or a woman – and move into positions of power and leadership?
Learn about your “Inner Inventor”, and find ways to recognize, tune in, and enliven your creative genius.
Your project is finished and you are ready to draft your report. Your mind is full of topics to cover and details to include. As you start the outline, you still haven't decided how to write the report. How will you start your story?
Networking is defined as a supportive system of sharing information and services among individuals and groups having a common interest.” This essential seminar will show you how to effectively and politely network to meet your individual goal and
Learn how you can advance from the cubicle to executive through communication, positive perception, and embracing diversity and change.
Teamwork can be challenging, especially when a project involves people in multiple locations or time zones, and of various cultural backgrounds. This webinar lays the groundwork for practicing effective global teamwork when working across cultures and/or distances.
This webinar provides guidelines for operating successfully in different cultural settings, with an emphasis on project management.
As Young Professional, you have already achieved success in completing the most challenging undergraduate program at most universities as you begin your career as chemical engineers. Now you are faced with the challenge of achieving success in a more challenging venue - the real world.
Get an overview some of the basic principles of chemical engineering for use by other engineers as well as other disciplines that must interact with chemical engineers.
On September 16, 2011, the America Invents Act (AlA) was enacted, representing the first major overhaul of the U.S. Patent system in nearly 60 years.
Learn how to develop a business case for reliability improvement and the benchmark and margin analysis approaches to understanding values of opportunities.
Learn principles for successful delegation, applying to professionals in industry, academic, and government sectors.