Do engineers have what it takes to move up the economic food chain-to lead? If not, why not? If gaps exist, how can they be closed? What is the difference between an engineer leading engineers versus leading non-engineers? How, if at all, does engineering education influence perceived leadership style? How exactly does one characterize leadership style, and how is it measured? In a book designed and written specifically for engineers and predicated largely on his leadership-oriented doctoral dissertation in pursuit of the PhD in engineering management, Dr. Calloway addresses each of these questions and more!
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About the Author
Having worked as an electrical engineer before rising to prominence serving at the corporate executive level (Vice President of Engineering & Vice President and General Manager of Manufacturing) for a top Fortune 500 company, Dr. Calloway was also the architect of a corporate wide engineering leadership development program (ELDP). President of his company Leadership & Motivation Consultants LLC, a certified executive coach and currently serving on a Board of Governors for higher education, Dr. Calloway also completed the MBA at Virginia Commonwealth University and the PhD in Engineering Management at Old Dominion University where he also serves as adjunct professor.