Building a Winning Career in Architecture: 20 Strategies for Success After College

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Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2007 - Architecture - 217 pages
Based on research with 200 accomplished professionals, Building a Winning Career in Architecture offers twenty proven ways to build and sustain a successful architectural career. Using a very practical approach, it examines specific soft skills that complement technical course work, and demonstrates how to learn and implement strategies such as integrity, perseverance, public speaking, leadership, and negotiating to take one to the top of their profession. Complete with success stories, discussion cases and insightful tips, it serves as an excellent reference and provides a road map for building a winning career in architecture. A collection of 20 strategies demonstrate proven ways to build and sustain a successful career. Presents the author's findings based on a research study with 200 successful architecture professionals.

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About the author (2007)

David Goetsch, Ph.D., was recognized as Technical Instructor of the Year by the U.S. Department of Education in 1984. In 1986, he was honored as Technical Educator of the Year by the Florida Vocational Association. A member of the American Management Association, the Florida Association of Community Colleges, and the American Society for Quality, Goetsch currently serves as vice president and professor emeritus at Northwest Florida State College.

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