For this Expert Interview, I had the pleasure of interviewing Thomas Rowell of Thomas Rowell Consulting. Thomas is a certified Professional Ergonomist and has helped people solve their ergonomics problems for over 30 years. He serves clients in various industries, including oil & gas, automotive & mobility, technology & software, finance, pharmaceutical, semiconductor, service industry, government, and art assembly.
I asked Thomas about his background, how he got his start in ergonomics, and some of the important factors that Ergonomic Professionals need to consider to offer optimal client solutions and strengthen client relationships.
Here are a few snippets for you of this awesome episode:
→ [03:44] - How Thomas got his start in ergonomics.
→ [16:16] - One trait you should have to be successful in ergonomics.
→ [22:09] - How to maximize long-term relationships with your clients.
→ [26:09] - How you can safeguard your reputation.
→ [39:50] - Thomas’ role in the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES).
→ [46:06] - Thomas’ upcoming session at the Applied Ergonomics Conference (AEC) and its importance in our modern working environment.
→ [56:44] - Artificial Intelligence and Ergonomics.
Make sure you listen to the whole podcast for Thomas’ nuggets of wisdom and his amazing tips. Click here to listen to the full conversation.
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