Ingénieur en mécanique et production
J'ai eu l'occasion d'adopter différents points de vue dans l'industrie en travaillant à plusieurs postes et en découvrant de nombreuses sociétés françaises et internationales. Ainsi, ma sensibilité, mon écoute, ma capacité d'observation et mes compétences techniques me permettent de comprendre et faire beaucoup de choses. Aujourd'hui ce que j'aime faire c'est : La gestion de projet de fabrication de systèmes spécifiques sur une activité "Engineering To Order" ; Employer mon expertise en systèmes mécaniques, électrotechniques et automatisés ; Gérer des contrats et crédits documentaires ; Préparer et animer des réunions de lancement et de revues de projets ; Communiquer en Anglais ; Etre l'interface technique et contractuelle du client tout au long du projet ; Lire et analyser des plans ; M'impliquer dans les sujets techniques et dans l'innovation ; Faire des tâches de bureautique avancées et variées : chiffrages et analyses financières, gestion de données (ERPs, excel, SQL), communication téléphone et email, archivage, utilisation des outils CAO et PLM. Et enfin, le meilleur pour la fin, aller dans un atelier, devant une machine, un produit pour échanger, expérimenter et identifier ce qui compte vraiment.
Behaviours in the "influence" category are linked with providing direction. They include developing a professional network, managing teams, making decisions and being motivated to get ideas across. These behaviours provide insight on a person's natural ability to mobilise others and the way they establish relationships.
Behaviours in the "Cooperate" category are linked to facilitating collective work. They include mediating interactions between people, solving conflict, making use of the team's resources, and providing support for others. These behaviours provide insight on a person's natural ability to evolve within a group.
Behaviours in the "think" category are linked to conceiving projects. They include designing strategies, identifying project risks, evaluating tasks and activities, and contributing new ideas. These behaviours provide insight on a person's natural ability to process abstract rather than practical concepts.
Behaviours in the "act" category are linked to obtaining results. They include launching projects, implementing action plans, monitoring outcomes, or controlling production quality. These behaviours provide insight on a person's natural ability to understand practical rather than abstract concepts.
Behaviours in the "feel" category are linked to controlling one's emotions. They include managing stress, investing one's energy, and radiating a positive vibe. These behaviours provide insight on a person's natural ability to express and channel their emotions in different contexts.
It is often thought that creativity and structure stand in the way of each other; Gabin Batut is the perfect counter-example. His curiosity is piqued by novelty and he favors stimulating, fast-paced work, but this does not stop him from producing high-quality work. He is careful not to become complacent, and focuses on seeing his projects through to completion. He goes about his work independently, focusing more on his mission than on the relational aspects of his work.
Gabin Batut channels most of his energy towards taking action. His main drivers push him to act and take risks. He needs to be stimulated to maintain his interest in his activity or role. For him, stability is synonymous with boredom and weariness. It is better to give him new challenges often.
Design is one of the activities that highly interests Gabin Batut. He very much enjoys being able to contribute his ideas and imagine things that don't yet exist. He is reluctant, however, to devote time to design in vague contexts or without a clear framework.
Evaluating is an activity that highly suits Gabin Batut in the sense that it requires an impartial approach and taking a strong stand on subjects. He enjoys challenging others' points of view and contributing his perspective. He likes being able to demonstrate independence in his judgement.
Organising is not an activity that Gabin Batut considers a priority. He still strives, however, to ensure there is a minimum amount of structure and standards to the work that he carries out. All in all, it is something that he enjoys doing as long as it remains a secondary aspect of the job.
Gabin Batut is a hands-on manager who gives clear directions. He lets people know what is expected and thus avoids any ambiguity. For him, a leader should clearly explain their vision and set the example for the team. He values following the rules and reliability.
Gabin Batut expects a manager to actively listen and define group objectives collectively. He is motivated by leaders who involve the whole team in the pursuit of goals. He needs a manager who gives meaning to his work, and who is less attached to intended results, focusing rather on the best way to achieve them.
Gabin Batut seeks dynamic work environments geared towards results. He is best suited for company cultures that prioritise innovation by adopting a flexible approach to work: everyone is free to choose their own method as long as goals are met. He prefers environments that are reassessed often, and which evolve regularly to incorporate new work methodologies. He expects to be stimulated by his work environment and to be free from the constraints of routines. In short, he has little need for structure and is better served by a culture that values accomplishment.
Capacity to comprehend new and strategic subjects.
Tendency to move quickly from one task to the next, without lingering on obstacles.
Ability to easily assimilate new concepts through analysis.
Brilliant from an intellectual point of view, Gabin Batut tends to easily assimilate foreign concepts. He is able to understand new or complex subjects without needing to put them into practice. This means he can develop his skills by researching and reading on diverse subjects. He needs to be intellectually stimulated by his work, and might get easily bored otherwise.
Gabin Batut's spontaneous nature leads him to learn by testing out concepts and techniques himself. He finds that the best way to acquire new knowledge is to first try, develop his understanding through failure, and then try again. He can sometimes lack patience. To assimilate new ideas or new knowledge, he first needs to experiment by himself.