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Key Points Delivered at the FutureME Mini-Talks @IMECE 2016

A quick ran down of the FutureMEMini-Talk KEY points 
mentioned at IMECE 2016:
 
Moderator Daniel J. Kearney, @ABB Corporate Research
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Talk topics to reveal workplace Career Essentials for Lasting
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Up 1st: Dr. Sriharsha Sundarram, @FairfieldU, on the
importance of effective listening skills #IMECE
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Takeaway 1: Sundarram says Prepare to listen #IMECE
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Preparing yourself mentally and physically to listen to the
speaker is first step in becoming an effective listener
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Takeaway 2: Listen for ideas, not just for words #IMECE
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Listen for ideas from the speaker and relate the points to
look at the big picture rather than just hear the words
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Takeaway 3: Don’t interrupt unnecessarily #IMECE 
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Respect the other speaker in the conversation and allow
them to express their views #IMECE #FutureMEMiniTalks


Up next: Braden Kowalyk, @AUI_Alberta, on building
fundamentals in presentation preparation for long term
success #IMECE #FutureMEMiniTalks
   
         
Takeaway 1: Kowalyk says developing presentation skills are
essential to a successful career #IMECE #FutureMEMiniTalks

It will open doors, increase your boss’s confidence in your
skills, + secure support for your projects #IMECE
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Takeaway 2: Focus on Developing Fundamentals to Build the
Broader Skill as a Whole #IMECE #FutureMEMiniTalks

Practicing scripts gets you ready for one situation while
fundamentals get you ready for all of them
#IMECE
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Takeaway 3: Tailor Your Presentation and Development to
Your Own Personal Style #IMECE #FutureMEMiniTalks

Up next:  Jennifer Cooper RCP, Inc. on technical writing
skills that make a human connection #IMECE
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Takeaway 1: Cooper says improve your technical writing by
stepping away from the keyboard #IMECE
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Takeaway 2: Make a human connection: Know yourself
and know your audience #IMECE #FutureMEMiniTalks

know yourself… know your audience…
know your document… know your approach #IMECE
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Takeaway 3: Don't be afraid to ask for feedback. Let your
audience know you too! #IMECE #FutureMEMiniTalks


Last talk: Sean Burcham at BAYMAR Solutions on best
practices to succeed in a multi-project environment
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Takeaway 1: Burcham says learn how to manage your time
manage road blocks; unproductive meetings, daily
interruptions #IMECE #FutureMEMiniTalks

Takeaway 2: Communication is key to find success #IMECE 
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Takeaway 3: Define your process and stick with it #IMECE
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#IMECE #FutureMEMiniTalks are a wrap–Social Meetup + 
Q&A discussion up next! cc @ASMEdotorg


Thanks to everyone for following our #IMECE
#FutureMEMiniTalks LIVE tweets! cc @ASMEdotorg





During the FutureME Mini-Talks the audience was asked for
their feedback and here are the poll results
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Congratulations to #FutureMEMiniTalks I-Pad 2 mini
winner!



Introducing a brief Q&A discussion immediately following the FutureME Mini-Talks gave the audience the opportunity to ask specific questions. 

 

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