Few engineers receive sufficient social skills training. This book was written to help engineers meet the social challenges they will face in their careers.
What does this book cover?
People Skills for Engineers takes a deep look at the stereotype of the ‘engineer lacking people skills’ and addresses the fact that many do struggle to navigate the social aspects of their careers.
This edition provides clear, applicable guidance you can fall back upon when:
About the Authors
Tony Munson is a practicing software engineer who overcame his awkwardness to execute an admirable career. He has 16 years of experience as a software developer, and has worked at Cradlepoint, Hewett-Packard and Agilent Technologies. He is also a husband and father.
In People Skills for Engineers, he applies the hard-won expertise he has developed on the social side of engineering, and spells it out in an easy to understand format other engineers can use.