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  1. Opening the whole humanitarian sector, from leadership to execution, from specific technology to community development, to engineers is an important challenge. In part, this involves raising the awareness of engineers that their particular leadership strengths can bring unique value to any humanitarian enterprise. Explaining these strengths is a challenge which can usefully be taken up by our College of Leadership and Management (CLM). The attached ppt file, originally a Sydney CLM event, makes the case, and was an important step in the Sydney CLM/ Canberra CLM co-operation which brought about this Humanitarian Engineering Community of Practice. I hope CLM can, indeed, bring some focus to the question "what's special about engineering leadership". CLM 180614.ppt
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