Service Leadership and the Magic of ETC FT. Brad Hermanson, PE, PMP

April 30th, 2018 4:00pm-6:00pm

Leadership Academy Pillar: ETHICAL or COLLABORATIVE (member choice)


Bio:

Brad Hermanson, PE, PMP is a consultant and project manager in Portland, Oregon. He has an MBA from the University of Oregon, and an MS in Civil/Environmental Engineering and BS in Chemical Engineering from Oregon State University. He is a licensed professional engineer in Chemical and Environmental Engineering and is certified by the Project Management Institute as a Project Management Professional (PMP)®.

Brad is Company Officer, Manager of the 40-member Environmental Sciences and Engineering Business Unit and also Manager of the Portland Office for Hart Crowser. Hart Crowser is a 120-member engineering consulting firm concentrated in the Pacific Northwest and Hawai’i. Previously Brad was Company Director of Project Delivery and Quality and member of the Board of Directors for a 550-person consulting engineering firm with a combined total active project revenue of over $1/3 billion.

Brad is experienced in organizational and individual improvement. He is an enthusiastic and entertaining speaker. He has developed and delivered half- to multi-day training programs, spoken at international conferences, and delivered training programs to global audiences of over 700 listeners.

Abstract:

How often do you serve or are you served by other people? More than likely it is all the time. And if you become an engineer, virtually all your work will be done in service to other people, other organizations, or other organizational units. So serving others and doing it well is critical to your success. But do you know how to serve others well? This program will provide you with cutting edge theories on service, pointing to emotions, trust, and control as critical elements. It will show you the specific things you can do to provide great service and be remembered for it.

 

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