We are excited to announce the last webinar of the 5-part Young Engineers Leadership Series!

When: June 7, 2023; 3:30 – 4:30 PM CST

You can register for the series here.

If you cannot attend live, you can watch the replays at your convenience.

The price for the series is $325 ($65 per PDH). Current MnSPE members and non-member employees of our premier sponsor, Bolton & Menk, can register at the 50% off rate via a discount code.

Additional sponsor discounts include:

  • 25% off for non-member employees of a Diamond level sponsor
  • 15% off for non-member employees of a Platinum level sponsor
  • 10% off for non-member employees of a Gold level sponsor

The main contact for each company will be emailed this discount code. Contact Katie with questions or to receive this code directly: hello@mnspe.org

You will earn 5.0 PDHs for the series.

Non-members or members needing to renew can join/renew MnSPE and NSPE here.

 

 

Building Effective and Ethical Team Cultures

This session will provide practical concepts and techniques for team members and leaders to create and maintain ethical, performance-oriented team cultures. Tools for maintaining purpose-orientation, flawless respect, and conflict resolution will be discussed.

Key Takeaways:
Get your team started right with a focus on goals, roles, and rules.
Apply the power of purpose to maintain focus on achievement.
Learn 4 approaches for mitigating conflict.
Apply a practical concept of mutual respect to support all team members.

Presenter: Chad Weinstein

As president of Ethical Leaders in Action, Inc., Chad Weinstein helps to develop and train leaders in a variety of industries as well as public safety, healthcare, and municipalities. Before beginning this work more than 15 years ago, Weinstein was a consultant leading research projects in product development organizations nationwide, where he developed an appreciation for the ethical dimensions of technical work. He has been providing ethics training to engineers for more than 10 years. Weinstein holds a Ph.D. in ethics from the University of Minnesota, and is author of Thinking Aloud: Reflections on Ethical Leadership.