Uncover an array of soft skills that can positively affect career success.
The skills needed for success in carrying out technical aspects of a job can be gained almost wholly through education and work experience. Acquiring soft skills for non-technical aspects of a job is not straightforward because they are not taught in school and often not obvious by the job’s description. However, the combination of technical and soft skills is critical for career success. In some instances, soft skills become more important than technical skills. For some, these skills may be innate and for others they may be learned through self-awareness and training courses.
The course will expose individuals to real scenarios from a wide range of work environments and highlight some of the accompanying soft skillsets for various positions and situations in R&D, manufacturing, chemical, pharmaceutical, medical devices, private industry, government and other areas. Considerations for multicultural, multigenerational, cross-disciplinary and industries regulated by FDA, DEA, EPA are woven into the design of the course.
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Scientist and engineers who’d like to discover the soft skills necessary for success
Five for four! Register five people for one course, one person for five courses, or any combination in between and your fifth registration is free. The free registration will be the course of the lowest price. Please note: This discount is only available if you register by fax, phone, or mail and mention this discount and it cannot be combined with any other offer.
Temple University Center City
1515 Market Street
Philadelphia , PA 19102
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Dr. Frederick Meadows has more than 19 years of experience multiple industries including agriculture, pharmaceutical, medical devices, chemical, and academia with 11 years spent in a management capacity. He received his Ph.D. in analytical chemistry from Georgia State University.