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    RE: Are you a leader?

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    Dave; You bring up a good point about effective leadership and that is the issue of culture.  Whether it is an appropriate ergonomics culture, non harassment culture (a culture of empathy), a culture of teamwork, etc., they all start with the leaders. ...

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    RE: IISE Fundamentals of Engineering PAKS Study

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    This was an NCEES message that I just posted.  Go ahead and complete the survey.  I think they have a filter for licensed and unlicensed industrial/systems engineers.  Just go ahead and complete it-- it will help overall. Joe ------------------------------ ...

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    Joe, Just to clarify, the list of people you sent the survey to are the only people who can take the survey?  The survey was sent to  "all active exam development volunteers (SMEs), all institution report contacts, all passers of PE I&S/Ind exam in the ...

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    IISE Fundamentals of Engineering PAKS Study

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    Fellow Members--  NCEES is in the process of updating the FE exam blueprints for all disciplines.  This process involves practices engineers and engineering faculty to provide input on the blueprint update via an online survey. To solicit survey responses ...

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    RE: Are you a leader?

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    Tim, Great insight, my friend. It's been a while since we last talked, and I see that you are as sharp and crisp as ever. Let me echo your experiences. In the last century (haha), I was given great latitude to explore corporate culture relative ...

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