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The Engineering Career Coach Podcast

Anthony Fasano: Engineer, Author, Speaker, Enginee

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The Engineering Career Coach Podcast
The Engineering Career Coach Podcast

The Engineering Career Coach Podcast

Anthony Fasano: Engineer, Author, Speaker, Enginee

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The Engineering Career Coach Podcast provides engineering career advice. Engineering Management Institute Anthony Fasano coaches recent engineering graduates to engineers from top engineering companies on different engineering career goals and challenges.

Latest Episodes

TECC 210: Business Development Skills for Engineering Professionals

In this episode, I am taking you with me on a road trip to the offices of Burns Engineering in downtown Philadelphia where you will listen in on a conversation between myself and Laura Hughes. Laura practiced as an engineer earlier in her career but is now the Director of Business Development at Burns Engineering, [â¦]

34 MIN1 weeks ago
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TECC 210: Business Development Skills for Engineering Professionals

TECC 209: The Importance of Having Fun in the Engineering Workplace

Everybody's problems are different because their circumstances are different -Â so treat people in a flexible nature that is reasonable.

30 MIN3 weeks ago
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TECC 209: The Importance of Having Fun in the Engineering Workplace

TECC 208: Why Engineering Intern Tori Thomas Published Her Disagreement with Her Boss on LinkedIn

The best way to rise in a company is to solve the problems that your boss doesnât even know they have. Sometimes this can lead to a disagreement between you and your boss, but it also might just be what you need to advance in your career.

29 MINAUG 6
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TECC 208: Why Engineering Intern Tori Thomas Published Her Disagreement with Her Boss on LinkedIn

TECC 207: How to Avoid Becoming a Frog in Boiling Water in Your Engineering Career

If the water gets hot in your career, do you have someone that will throw you a life vest and help you get up again? Disaster can strike at any time in your career and that is why you have to create stability around yourself in your career.

22 MINJUL 23
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TECC 207: How to Avoid Becoming a Frog in Boiling Water in Your Engineering Career

TECC 206: The Truth About Engineering Partnership: The Good, The Bad, and The Potentially Ugly

What makes us successful as an engineer is not solely whatâs going to bring us success as a leader or a partner. We need to be really tuned in with who we are and grow in our profession.

30 MINJUL 9
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TECC 206: The Truth About Engineering Partnership: The Good, The Bad, and The Potentially Ugly

TECC 205: Starting a New Job: How to Succeed Faster in the First 90 Days of Employment

Constant communication on the things that you can improve on is very important in your career journey, and especially within the first 90 days at your firm. The first 90 days when starting a new job is like an extension of your job interview. Your managers will want to make sure that you are a good fit for the company and that they make a good hiring decision.

27 MINJUN 25
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TECC 205: Starting a New Job: How to Succeed Faster in the First 90 Days of Employment

TECC 204: How to Show Your Company You Are Ready for Engineering Management

There are ways to show your company you're ready for engineering management, but it takes extra time, dedication, focus and the ability to stretch yourself.

19 MINJUN 11
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TECC 204: How to Show Your Company You Are Ready for Engineering Management

TECC 203: Where Will You Be Five Years from Now in Your Engineering Career?

Five Years, 260 Weeks, 1820 days, 2,620,800 Minutes. What will you do with it? What could you do with it? Where Will You Be Five Years from Now?

18 MINMAY 29
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TECC 203: Where Will You Be Five Years from Now in Your Engineering Career?

TECC 202: How to Use Deadlines as Productivity Tools in Your Engineering Career and Life

Look at the things that are important to you and determine what the 80/20 drivers are in your career and life. Do you have deadlines around them? If it is important to you, you should have a clear and defined deadline.

19 MINMAY 14
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TECC 202: How to Use Deadlines as Productivity Tools in Your Engineering Career and Life

TECC 201: Overcoming Limiting Beliefs and Tackling the Job Search for Rising Introverts

An introvert is not simply a shy person or somebody that is not outgoing. It is someone who needs time to recharge their batteries alone after they spent a lot of time with people.

34 MINMAY 1
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TECC 201: Overcoming Limiting Beliefs and Tackling the Job Search for Rising Introverts

Latest Episodes

TECC 210: Business Development Skills for Engineering Professionals

In this episode, I am taking you with me on a road trip to the offices of Burns Engineering in downtown Philadelphia where you will listen in on a conversation between myself and Laura Hughes. Laura practiced as an engineer earlier in her career but is now the Director of Business Development at Burns Engineering, [â¦]

34 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
TECC 210: Business Development Skills for Engineering Professionals

TECC 209: The Importance of Having Fun in the Engineering Workplace

Everybody's problems are different because their circumstances are different -Â so treat people in a flexible nature that is reasonable.

30 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
TECC 209: The Importance of Having Fun in the Engineering Workplace

TECC 208: Why Engineering Intern Tori Thomas Published Her Disagreement with Her Boss on LinkedIn

The best way to rise in a company is to solve the problems that your boss doesnât even know they have. Sometimes this can lead to a disagreement between you and your boss, but it also might just be what you need to advance in your career.

29 MINAUG 6
Comments
TECC 208: Why Engineering Intern Tori Thomas Published Her Disagreement with Her Boss on LinkedIn

TECC 207: How to Avoid Becoming a Frog in Boiling Water in Your Engineering Career

If the water gets hot in your career, do you have someone that will throw you a life vest and help you get up again? Disaster can strike at any time in your career and that is why you have to create stability around yourself in your career.

22 MINJUL 23
Comments
TECC 207: How to Avoid Becoming a Frog in Boiling Water in Your Engineering Career

TECC 206: The Truth About Engineering Partnership: The Good, The Bad, and The Potentially Ugly

What makes us successful as an engineer is not solely whatâs going to bring us success as a leader or a partner. We need to be really tuned in with who we are and grow in our profession.

30 MINJUL 9
Comments
TECC 206: The Truth About Engineering Partnership: The Good, The Bad, and The Potentially Ugly

TECC 205: Starting a New Job: How to Succeed Faster in the First 90 Days of Employment

Constant communication on the things that you can improve on is very important in your career journey, and especially within the first 90 days at your firm. The first 90 days when starting a new job is like an extension of your job interview. Your managers will want to make sure that you are a good fit for the company and that they make a good hiring decision.

27 MINJUN 25
Comments
TECC 205: Starting a New Job: How to Succeed Faster in the First 90 Days of Employment

TECC 204: How to Show Your Company You Are Ready for Engineering Management

There are ways to show your company you're ready for engineering management, but it takes extra time, dedication, focus and the ability to stretch yourself.

19 MINJUN 11
Comments
TECC 204: How to Show Your Company You Are Ready for Engineering Management

TECC 203: Where Will You Be Five Years from Now in Your Engineering Career?

Five Years, 260 Weeks, 1820 days, 2,620,800 Minutes. What will you do with it? What could you do with it? Where Will You Be Five Years from Now?

18 MINMAY 29
Comments
TECC 203: Where Will You Be Five Years from Now in Your Engineering Career?

TECC 202: How to Use Deadlines as Productivity Tools in Your Engineering Career and Life

Look at the things that are important to you and determine what the 80/20 drivers are in your career and life. Do you have deadlines around them? If it is important to you, you should have a clear and defined deadline.

19 MINMAY 14
Comments
TECC 202: How to Use Deadlines as Productivity Tools in Your Engineering Career and Life

TECC 201: Overcoming Limiting Beliefs and Tackling the Job Search for Rising Introverts

An introvert is not simply a shy person or somebody that is not outgoing. It is someone who needs time to recharge their batteries alone after they spent a lot of time with people.

34 MINMAY 1
Comments
TECC 201: Overcoming Limiting Beliefs and Tackling the Job Search for Rising Introverts

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