The latest: Communicating When We’re Annoyed  in Today’s Engineer (August 2014)

Friends of mine who don’t work in engineering generally assume that the engineering workplace is a rational, left-brained, emotionless environment where subdued brainy people devise inventions that solve techy problems and where everyone gets along well all the time because they’re usually just agreeing about inarguable facts.

Little do they know.  (Read the rest.)

CLASSES (onsite):

Technical Presentations Workshop (one day)

Emotional Intelligence for Technical Leaders (two days)

Write, Speak, Listen & Lead (one day)


And I’m currently working on a new book:

Peaceful Under Pressure


Be ready for whatever your day has in store … complexity, crises, disagreements, even crabby people …