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  • Author: Jonathan Chew and Leo Szeto  |  Download FREE audiobook IEEE Members Jonathan Chew and Leo Szeto offer readers Part 2 of their e-book series that provides individuals working in any discipline with valuable insights on how to lead and implement change.

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  • From growing up in Lebanon, with summers in the mountains of Beirut; to New Haven, Connecticut, and jobs at Yale University, Bayer Pharmaceuticals and Citibank -- Rowena Track details her very different and inspiring career journey. Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99
  • Author: Jonathan Chew and Leo Szeto  |  Download FREE audiobook In this two-part book series, you’ll find a handy dandy guide that will give you the secrets to being a world-changer.

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  • When Monique Morrow was studying in the late 1970s for her undergraduate degree at San Jose State University, she wanted to be a career diplomat. Today, long after she graduated, people who have worked with this internationally known and respected technology innovator agree that her diplomacy talents have set her apart. Becoming an Engineer -- Accidentally is a remarkable journey of transferring one’s core skills to a successful career. Diplomacy is critical in setting technology policy -- which is a key component of what this warm and affable senior executive now does. Monique Morrow is currently Chief Technology Officer -- Evangelist for Cisco Systems’ New Frontiers Development and Engineering. Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99
  • Author: Harry T. Roman  |  Download FREE audiobook To help put you on the right path, this book covers practical and successful strategies you can take in the very early stages of the career transitioning process. Member: FREE Non-Member: $4.99
  • There's a point in life where the scale tips--from wondering where your career and personal life is heading--to having a purpose and a plan. Engineering has been a big part of author Susan Delafuente's story. However, it's the people in her life who shaped her--and made all the difference. Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99
  • Through 15 February, IEEE members can download a free copy of this eBook by adding it to your cart and using promo codeJANFREE18 at checkout. Project management skills are highly prized in any organization. Engineers who can develop new plans for critical corporation products, services, internal process improvements and special needs technologies; and then coalesce, manage and lead others to make these things happen, are never going to fear unemployment. And they are going to have a great time working on interesting, innovative, and sometimes groundbreaking, projects. Project management is probably the most important function young engineers can learn, along with an ability to articulate the value of what they, and their teams, are doing. Member: FREE Non-Member: $3.99
  • IEEE-USA has conducted compensation surveys of U.S. IEEE members since 1972. This special industry report summarizes salary data for IEEE members who are age 29 and younger. Based on salary data collected for the IEEE-USA Salary and Benefits Survey Report - 2016 Edition. Member: FREE Non-Member: $29.95
  • IEEE-USA has conducted compensation surveys of U.S. IEEE members since 1972. This special industry report summarizes salary data for IEEE members who are women. Based on salary data collected for the IEEE-USA Salary and Benefits Survey Report - 2016 Edition. Member: FREE Non-Member: $29.95
  • IEEE-USA has conducted compensation surveys of U.S. IEEE members since 1972. This special industry report summarizes salary data for IEEE members whose primary area of technical competence is in systems & control. Based on salary data collected for the IEEE-USA Salary and Benefits Survey Report - 2016 Edition. Member: FREE Non-Member: $29.95
  • IEEE-USA has conducted compensation surveys of U.S. IEEE members since 1972. This special industry report summarizes salary data for IEEE members whose primary area of technical competence is in systems & control. Based on salary data collected for the IEEE-USA Salary and Benefits Survey Report - 2016 Edition. Member: FREE Non-Member: $29.95
  • IEEE-USA has conducted compensation surveys of U.S. IEEE members since 1972. This special industry report summarizes salary data for IEEE members who are age 29 and younger. Based on salary data collected for the IEEE-USA Salary and Benefits Survey Report - 2016 Edition. Member:FREE Non-Member: $29.95
  • IEEE-USA has conducted compensation surveys of U.S. IEEE members since 1972. This special industry report summarizes salary data for IEEE members who work in computer fields. Based on salary data collected for the IEEE-USA Salary and Benefits Survey Report - 2016 Edition. Member: FREE Non-Member: $29.95
  • IEEE-USA has conducted compensation surveys of U.S. IEEE members since 1972. This special industry report summarizes salary data for IEEE members who work in power and energy fields. Based on salary data collected for the IEEE-USA Salary and Benefits Survey Report - 2016 Edition. Member: FREE Non-Member: $29.95
  • Women in Engineering - Compilation Volume 3: Books 9-12 continues the compilation volumes with the inspiring stories of four more women engineers. All approached and followed their career paths differently--but all faced their challenges and learned from them--and took chances and risks when presented with opportunities. As in the previous two compilations, these four women engineers tell their stories with honesty and integrity. Foreword by 2017 IEEE-USA President Karen S. Pedersen, P.E. Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99
  • This book highlights some of the challenges of, and lessons learned from, advancing to a management level position in an engineering oriented company. Author Alan Tribble explains the different types of management jobs, (e.g., engineering management, program management, business development management, etc.), that are typical career growth opportunities for engineers. He also examines his own personal motivation for wanting to progress from one position to another, the people and factors that influenced his career choices, and advice on how to work within an organization. The book concludes with lessons learned, and Tribble's specific recommendations for technical personnel who wish to prepare themselves to transition to management in the future. Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99
  • IEEE-USA has conducted surveys of the compensation of IEEE's U.S. members since 1972. The findings in this report represent only those participants who were identified as self-employed consultants. This report provides the profile of typical, self-employed and independent technical consultants, including their education, experience, business practices, median earnings and hourly fee. The fee data this report provides will help you set an hourly rate that is competitive with your peers. Member: $29.95 Non-Member: $49.95
  • The 2016 IEEE-USA Employment Survey was conducted to gain a better understanding of the problem of unemployment among U.S. IEEE members. More than 2,000 U.S. IEEE members who reported being unemployed during 2015 were surveyed, using a self-administered, online questionnaire. Member: $7.99 Non-Member: $9.99
  • The 2016 IEEE-USA Salary & Benefits Survey is the 29th compensation study IEEE-USA has published. This report provides timely information on current and long-term trends related to the income, salary and benefits of U.S. IEEE members. This information is critical for an accurate understanding of compensation practices in the profession, including how those practices impact individual technology professionals. Member: $130.00 Non-Member: $65.00
  • The fifth volume in the Best of Backscatter series is based on a selection of columns that previously appeared in IEEE-USA Insight and Today's Engineer. The columns chosen are related to design issues, engineering writing and communicating, historical recollections, and the engineering gender gap. Member: FREE Non-Member: $5.99
  • The twelfth and latest volume in the award-winning IEEE-USA Women in Engineering (WIE) e-book series - It's Not a Career Path It's an Obstacle Course!, by Lisa Schoedel, cuts across her career path in three male-dominated industries: defense, oil and law.  Schoedel readily admits that she did not carefully plan her vocation, stumbling upon earlier jobs with little thought or consideration. WIE Book 12 reflects the author's pragmatism and sense of humor. Her work is brimming with anecdotes that explain why she made many of her career choices, and the lessons she learned along the way. Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99
  • The 2015 IEEE-USA Annual Report highlights IEEE-USA’s products, programs, services and activities during the year 2015, under the volunteer leadership of 2015 IEEE-USA President James A. Jefferies. Member: FREE Non-Member: $4.99
  • Author: Harry T. Roman  |  Download FREE audiobook Volume 1 of this two-book series discusses and describes techniques the author has seen and used for rewarding key people.

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  • Author Amy K. Jones offers interesting anecdotes regarding her personal experiences as a woman in engineering. Some are stories of what she did well; others, she hopes, will demonstrate where she failed, and perhaps inspire others to act differently. Despite all the cringe-worthy moments, Jones believes her failures are the most vital to include. Successes feel intimidating, she writes, and it?s hard to accurately express how much hard work and luck go into them. In contrast, failure is a pathway to learning. Jones hopes her e-book inspires you to perform a bit of self-reflection; makes you laugh; and gives you a little of that special feeling one experiences when enjoying a glass of red wine--with a friend who really gets you. Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99

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