Anthony Fasano | Communication & Soft Skills for Engineers, & How to Retain Engineering Talent
What to learn in this episode?
Are you someone who wants clarity on your career options and wants top-notch career development to support your professional growth? If yes, then this episode is for you!
In this episode of The being an engineer podcast, Anthony talks about his life as an engineer and how he’s been able to help engineers develop their careers by building off of his own experience in the field.
So, if you’re ready for some insights that will help you advance your career, listen on!
Who is Anthony Fasano?
Anthony Fasano has a degree in Civil Engineering from Lafayette College and a Master’s in Civil Engineering from Columbia Engineering.
Like many engineers, Anthony wanted to become a high-level executive in the engineering industry. From a typical employee, working a 9-5 job, he decided to start his own company: Engineering Management Institute, where he became an internal coach and trainer helping engineers become more effective managers and leaders through people’s skills development. This journey inspired Anthony to leave his engineering career behind in order to spend more time helping engineers become better.
You can find Anthony on LinkedIn here.
About Being An Engineer
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