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94 PCB007 MAGAZINE I MARCH 2023 3. Pick successors. Legacy is about people, not things. An inani- mate building named aer you won't be able to influence people. • For example, people can judge how good a person you are by your grandchildren. You've raised your kids using your values and how well they raise your grandchil- dren is a measure of how well you did with them. 4. Create a succession plan. If you're a good leader, and your successor is a good leader, that's a good start, but there needs to be a handoff. Succession does not hap- pen by chance, it must be diligently planned and executed. • For example, the owner of a small business, Nancy, is training her daughter, Morgan, to take over the company. Morgan has gradually taken over many of Nancy's responsibilities while she is still the leader. is allows Morgan to observe, learn, and practice under Nancy's mentorship. Leadership Wrap-up Someone once asked John Maxwell why he wrote e 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leader- ship. I laughed out loud when he responded, "Because there are 21 Irrefutable Laws of Lead- ership, not 19 and not 22. If there had been 22, I would have written e 22 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership." I would fully concur; John has effectively outlined the true keys to becoming a great leader into these 21 laws. As we went through this leadership journey together in this series, I hope you have learned a few les- sons you can apply immediately to improve your leadership skill set. If you follow the guidelines in e 21 Irrefut- able Laws of Leadership, you will truly be sur- prised at the results. By intentionally focusing on enhancing your leadership skills, I promise the results will be epic. Good luck! PCB007 Steve Williams is president of The Right Approach Consulting. He is also an independent certified coach, trainer, and speaker with the John Maxwell team. To read past columns, click here. Process engineers often function as the point persons for or during the continuous processes commonly found in the chemical, petrochemical, agricultural, and mineral processing sectors. They also work in this capacity with advanced materi- als found within the electrical and biotechnology industries. They create set specifications for the raw materials, and develop, implement, and mon- itor the equipment in use and the process of the materials and the manufacturing systems. They can also work in sales or design, and they sometimes work for the optimization of the sales and software processes. Process engineering is similar to industrial engineering; many job duties overlap with each other. However, industrial engineering focuses more on how to make general produc- tion processes more efficient. To learn more, visit CareersinElectronics.com. Careers in Electronics: What Does a Process Engineer Do?

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