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|Title:||Essential (Technical) Leadership|
|Publisher:||Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia Queensland|
|Abstract:||The majority of technical professionals in the public works sector do not make a conscious decision to become a leader. When they enter into university as an undergraduate, they embark on a program of study which has a heavy technical focus. They enter the workforce, gain experience and expertise then over time their technical competence is recognised. And before long, they find themselves in a position of leadership. While some will rise to the occasion and function well in their new positions, others flounder.|
|Appears in Collections:||Professional Development Reports and Articles|
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|Craig Moss Article Sept 2017.pdf||Article||558.88 kB||Adobe PDF|
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