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Mr. Mitchell M Winkler, P.E., R.Eng, M.ASCE

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Mr. Mitchell Winkler, P.E., R.Eng, M.ASCE


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Posted By Mitchell Winkler Dec 3, 2021 9:42 AM
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Taking a positive slant on this topic If you are are seasoned civil engineer, Collaborate is a low-cost way of giving back to the profession and being leaders. It can be as simple as lending your support where you see a good idea or best practice discussed or providing expert perspective on a topic.  ...
Posted By Mitchell Winkler Oct 14, 2021 2:07 PM
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Good communication is essential. On top of this, the number one tool I use is mindset that asks 1) where are we now, 2) where do we want to go and 3) how do we get there. This approach has never let me down for helping bring a group or discussion from chaos to clarity. From my personal experience, just ...
Posted By Mitchell Winkler Oct 1, 2021 2:02 PM
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Stu: Great article and approach. I would expand written guidance to include process maps. These could show workflow steps at a proscriptive or performance based level depending upon task and skill and experience of those performing the work. The normal sequence of a project follows a process (e.g., assessment, ...
Posted By Mitchell Winkler Sep 7, 2021 5:47 PM
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Being respectful of the human and material tragedies associated with major events such as Ida, I think there's huge value for practicing civil engineers – regardless of specialty - to take stock of what happened and ask questions including why did it happen and could it have been prevented.  This includes ...
Posted By Mitchell Winkler Sep 2, 2021 9:04 AM
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To add to the conservation: A leader in one of my former organizations use to say "feedback is a gift". This was usually targeted at the receiver, to soften a possibly difficult message.  Feedback is also a git that leaders can deliver as a means of developing staff and bringing out the best in individuals ...

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