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Foundational Attributes.
Seven foundational attributes are at the core of SELA, and guide the learning process for our members: Enterprise capability The ability to bring about positive change, and respond resourcefully and strategically to opportunities, by generating new ideas and taking action to make them happen. Good judgement The ability and willingness to make decisions, taking into account political, economic, social, technological, legal and environmental context; risks; uncertainty; and ethical considerations. Technical and academic ability The ability to apply technical engineering knowledge to analyse problems and develop solutions, working in a range of multi-disciplinary environments. Inspiration The ability to influence others, by creating and communicating a purposeful, compelling and/or transformational vision of the future. Flexibility The ability to accept and respond to change, embrace different perspectives, be adaptable and take alternative courses of action when appropriate. Self-awareness The ability to identify strengths and weaknesses in personal, interpersonal and professional skills, and to utilise strengths whilst pro-actively planning and engaging in continued education, training, and development. Personal vision The ability to clearly identify and work towards long-term ambitions through developing and working towards career and life goals which are inspired and shaped by personal and professional values.
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© University of Sheffield 2018
Latest Tweet @SELASheffield
Contact Us
Sheffield Engineering Leadership Academy University of Sheffield Faculty of Engineering 36-38 Victoria Street Sheffield S3 7QB United Kingdom Email: sela@sheffield.ac.uk Telephone: +44 (0)114 222 4033 Head of SELA Dr Gary C Wood SFHEA
Foundational Attributes.
Seven foundational attributes are at the core of SELA, and guide the learning process for our members: Enterprise capability The ability to bring about positive change, and respond resourcefully and strategically to opportunities, by generating new ideas and taking action to make them happen. Good judgement The ability and willingness to make decisions, taking into account political, economic, social, technological, legal and environmental context; risks; uncertainty; and ethical considerations. Technical and academic ability The ability to apply technical engineering knowledge to analyse problems and develop solutions, working in a range of multi-disciplinary environments. Inspiration The ability to influence others, by creating and communicating a purposeful, compelling and/or transformational vision of the future. Flexibility The ability to accept and respond to change, embrace different perspectives, be adaptable and take alternative courses of action when appropriate. Self-awareness The ability to identify strengths and weaknesses in personal, interpersonal and professional skills, and to utilise strengths whilst pro-actively planning and engaging in continued education, training, and development. Personal vision The ability to clearly identify and work towards long-term ambitions through developing and working towards career and life goals which are inspired and shaped by personal and professional values.
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© University of Sheffield 2018
Contact Us
Sheffield Engineering Leadership Academy University of Sheffield Faculty of Engineering 36-38 Victoria Street Sheffield S3 7QB United Kingdom Email: sela@sheffield.ac.uk Telephone: +44 (0)114 222 4033 Head of SELA Dr Gary C Wood SFHEA
Foundational Attributes.
Seven foundational attributes are at the core of SELA, and guide the learning process for our members: Enterprise capability The ability to bring about positive change, and respond resourcefully and strategically to opportunities, by generating new ideas and taking action to make them happen. Good judgement The ability and willingness to make decisions, taking into account political, economic, social, technological, legal and environmental context; risks; uncertainty; and ethical considerations. Technical and academic ability The ability to apply technical engineering knowledge to analyse problems and develop solutions, working in a range of multi- disciplinary environments. Inspiration The ability to influence others, by creating and communicating a purposeful, compelling and/or transformational vision of the future. Flexibility The ability to accept and respond to change, embrace different perspectives, be adaptable and take alternative courses of action when appropriate. Self-awareness The ability to identify strengths and weaknesses in personal, interpersonal and professional skills, and to utilise strengths whilst pro-actively planning and engaging in continued education, training, and development. Personal vision The ability to clearly identify and work towards long-term ambitions through developing and working towards career and life goals which are inspired and shaped by personal and professional values.