You will complete a series of self-assessments that culminate in a reflection paper where you examine the implications of your results and how they effect your leadership style, you will conduct an engineer interview where will you will gain a perspective on what it is like to be an engineering leader and you will create a leadership development plan: a set of goals that you can begin working on immediately to improve your leadership skills.
Become an Effective Engineering Leader
Part 1 of 3 in the Rice Engineering Management and Leadership Certificate
Engineers wanting to advance their careers must be able to lead teams effectively. This Specialization is part of the Certificate in Engineering Management from Rice University. Upon completing this Specialization, you will earn a university-recognized professional Certificate. To learn more about the Certificate, contact us at RiceCEL@coursera.org or at (832) 356-5224. This Specialization is designed for professional engineers who are interested in advancing into leadership and management roles. You’ll develop awareness of your own strengths and weaknesses as a leader, and you’ll learn to leverage your strengths and control for your weaknesses when you’re placed in charge of a team or project. You’ll also learn to manage relationships with your team members and colleagues through proven coaching, mentoring, and conflict resolution techniques, and you’ll master goal-setting and planning methods designed to set you and your team up for success. Finally, you’ll learn how to set up a creative environment for your team, and how to motivate each team member to reach his or her potential.
- Beginner Specialization.
- No prior experience required.
第 1 门课程
Self Awareness and the Effective Leader即将开课的班次：3月 27 — 5月 8。
- 5 weeks of study, 3-5 hours/week
课程概述Course 1 in the Leadership Development for Engineers Specialization and part of Rice University's Engineering Management and Leadership Certificate. Part of being an effective leader is learning how to play to your strengths and overcome characteristics that don't lend to good leadership practices. During the course, you will examine your own strengths and learn ways to use them in a leadership role. Learn to manage stress and solve problems creatively. Throughout the course, you will also build a tool kit of useful techniques that you can begin using right away in your engineering career. This course is designed for engineers who are interested in and have the desire to advance into leadership and management roles. You don't need any leadership experience to do well in this course. We ask you to reflect on your personal experiences pretty often,, so some work experience will help you in that aspect, but we hope that most of what you learn here will be applicable to many areas of your life.
第 2 门课程
Relationship Management即将开课的班次：4月 3 — 5月 8。
- 4 weeks of study, 3-5 hours/week
课程概述Course 2 in the Leadership Development for Engineers Specialization and part of Rice University's Engineering Management and Leadership Certificate. To be a successful engineer, you must work and play well with others. This course focuses on developing the skills you will need to build and sustain professional relationships and networks. Learn to coach and mentor others, manage conflict and build power and influence in the workplace.
第 3 门课程
Personal Leadership Development Planning and Leading High Performing Teams即将开课的班次：4月 3 — 5月 8。
- 4 weeks of study, 3-5 hours/week
课程概述Course 3 in the Leadership Development for Engineers Specialization and part of Rice University's Engineering Management and Leadership Certificate. An actionable leadership improvement plan enables you to leverage strengths and close the gaps on weaknesses. In this course, you will build your own plan that you can put into practice immediately and realize goals within the next two years. It lays the foundation for an evergreen process of selection and prioritization of skills, and action planning for sustained leadership development.
David Van Kleeck
Professor in the Practice of Engineering Leadership
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