The Brainiac Paradox: Solutions for the Communication Challenges of STEM Professionals (Scientists, Technologists, Engineers and Mathematicians)
The Brainiac Paradox is the must read book of 2014 for those professionals who generally shy away from extrovert-type personality positions. Also, it should be a required source guide for all human resource professionals who might be overlooking the best employees they have never hired. Communication is the key factor in all positions, and this can be the plague for those within the STEM professions (Scientists, Technologists, Engineers, and Mathematicians.) The book provides the tools needed to become a more proficient communicator, taking you through a rigorous methodology to take you from one extreme to another. From figuring out what motivates you and setting realistic goals, to taking accountability and defining a support team, you will finish the book on the right path to paving your ultimate success.
Author Mark Cornillie has provided readers with an enlightening challenge to assist those, like myself, who often take an alternative approach to work and life. It was an easy read with feasible steps and written in laymen’s terms for anyone to understand. If this sounds like you, let this be the one book you read because you won’t regret it!
|Page Count||352 pages|
|Publisher||Stein, Klauber & Company|
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|Category||Science & Nature|