Rising Up from Technical to Management

Marcellus Proctor

 

In this interactive session, the audience will have the opportunity to be part of scenarios where they see situations from a manager’s point of view.  They will also hear from managers on how the transitioned into various levels of management from within and outside of their own technical organizations.  The audience will come away on how to become a successful manager & leader by understanding the importance and function of active listening, providing constructive feedback on employees’ performance, and managing conflict from a personnel or technical perspective.


Marcellus Proctor

Marcellus Proctor (Piscataway-Conoy) is the Assistant Chief of the Electrical Engineering Division at NASA/GSFC. He has earned a Master’s & Bachelor’s degrees in Electrical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland College Park (respectively). Marcellus was the Chair of the GSFC Native American Advisory Committee, member of the AISES National Capital Region Professional Chapter, Co-Chair of the AISES Government Relations Council, and an AISES Sequoyah Fellow.