White Paper: Motivating the Next Generation of Engineers to Achieve Maximum Potential
Technical skills, while critical, are simply not enough to ensure professional growth and achieve maximum potential in your field.
In fact, a lack of soft skills — defined as the traits and interpersonal skills (non-technical) that characterize a person’s relationships with other people — has been cited as a major contributor to engineering project failures. Industry studies put that failure rate between 40% and 70%.
In this white paper, learn why your firm might be wasting resources and failing to motivate employees by neglecting engineering soft skills training in communication, organization, leadership and more.