Communication Skills for Engineers and Scientists
Whatever your discipline it can sometimes be hard to know how to communicate your ideas. Whether writing a CV, having your say in a meeting, resolving a disagreement or dealing with the media, this guide will give you handy tips to make the most of a situation and make yourself understood.Now in its fourth edition it aims to support professionals internationally with the section on communication technology brought up-to-date. (First published in 1990 and originally the idea of John Windsor, who wished to provide guidance to student members of IChemE. The second edition, revised by Dorothy Thompson, appeared in 1994 with the third edition arriving in 2002, prepared by independent consultant, John Venables.)Whatever your age and achievements to date, this book will introduce you to the communication tools at your disposal, explain the often overlooked skill of reading body language and highlight important cultural and environmental differences when communicating. Use it to help you become a competent and confident communicator.
- Paperback | 80 pages
- 101.6 x 172.72 x 7.62mm | 90.72g
- 01 Aug 2007
- The Institution of Chemical Engineers
- Rugby, United Kingdom
- 4th Revised edition