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.
This webinar seeks to promote thinking more clearly and professionally about ethics by cultivating a clearer sensitivity about situations that have ethical dimensions, as well as a more explicit approach to ethical reasoning and logic.
Successful leadership style, covering what global leaders need to know about verbal, non-verbal, and cross-cultural communication skills, and their importance in leading a business or a project in a global environment.
You are beginning to establish yourself in your organization and now are ready to progress further, perhaps ready to take on additional responsibilities or move into a new role.
Project best practices and how to deploy them to ensure the most business effective expenditure of resources, such as people, money, and time.
In this webinar, Professor Douglas Ludlow shares his insight and advice about how to deal with difficult people.
This presentation will link the loss of the Columbia to the 2005 explosion which killed 15 and injured 180, and highlight six key actions useful to prevent chemical accidents, protect the integrity of research, and maybe even improve your life.
This short introduction to the basics of Six Sigma highlights the most important features of this methodology and summarize the major variants in use by industry.
This webinar begins with a look at what independent consulting is. Not everyone has the same understanding or expectations for consulting, so success may be measured in different ways.
A key characteristic distinguishing many who are highly effective in a work setting is the ability to connect with others, to network. This is true whether considering job transition or progression within an organization.