Critical Communication Skills

Jeanette gave a 2.5 hour presentation and interactive workshop that helped Asian engineers learn to communicate about themselves and their project in a warm, human and effective manner.  She worked with the engineers at CESASC (Chinese American Engineers and Scientists Association of Southern California) on many aspects of communication including language, tone, proximity, gestures, greetings, and much, much more.  In the event evaluations, Jeanette achieved an average score of 97/100 approval rating.  And has been asked back to do follow-up workshops.

Additional Information

The Chinese-American Engineers and Scientists Association of Southern California (CESASC) was founded in 1962 as a non-profit professional organization. Its mission is to serve as a platform to enrich their competence through technical conferences and workshops, to showcase their accomplishments through its annual Achievement Awards, to broaden their career perspectives through global and local networking, and to protect their interests and rights through organizational efforts. In 2011, CESASC was honored by the Chinese American Museum (CAM) as the recipient of the Excellence in Science and Engineering Leadership Award in CAM’s 15th Annual History maker’s Awards Ceremony.

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