Women engineers at Honeywell share valuable career advice

Women engineers at Honeywell share valuable career advice

 July 04, 2019

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At the core, engineers are problem solvers and inventors. In some cases, they are also pioneers.

Meet some of the impressive and inspiring women engineers from Honeywell and read their advice for further career women.

Below are just a few impressive women from Honeywell regions around the world, but you can read Honeywell's article in full here.

Arti Pandita, Project Manager at Honeywell, India


“Be sensible and sensitive at the same time. In my experience, women tend to be overprepared and under-confident. It’s important to match your competence with your confidence. Trust your instincts; believe in your brilliance and take advantage of the opportunities in front of you.” 

Phoebe Henson, Systems Engineer at Honeywell, Glendale, AZ

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“Try a lot of different things and figure out what you do and don’t like. When you find a project that you want to be involved in, find the place where you can make the biggest impact and dig in.”

Prudence Hoffman,Technical Solutions Consultant at Honeywell, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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"Follow through with what you promise and understand the impact of your work on others. Gain respect by delivering on your commitments. Be confident in your ideas and thoughts, and believe in yourself. Be brave and keep going.”

Minaz Makhania, Lead Technology Services Specialist at Honeywell, Delhi, India

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“Determine your short-term and long-term career goals early in your career and then focus on finding the right path and mentors to achieve your goals. Every glass ceiling can be broken by consistent efforts, so do not be discouraged by existing stereotypes.”

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