From Player to Captain: Improv to Improve
"Leaders are born not made." "Engineers are not cut out for leadership positions." Those were the type of ideas I was brought up to believe. And I believed them. My younger self would be quite surprised to follow my professional transformation from introverted engineer to assertive engineering manager working at the world's largest design and construction management agency. My journey from techie to leader boils down to two words: spontaneous speaking. I found the power of off-the-cuff communication to be the vehicle necessary to travel the leader's path. Let me show you how you can use this singularly powerful skill to change the trajectory of your career for the better.
Seth Greenwald, MID, PMP, LEED, FE1
Project Engineer / Technical Manager
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Seth B. Greenwald is a best-selling author, keynote speaker and sought-after presentation coach for engineers. His popular workshops on leadership excellence for engineering leaders are in high-demand at industry conferences. Seth holds a Mechanical Engineer degree from The Cooper Union and is a Technical Project Manager for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. He is the author of three books on public speaking and creative thinking. His most recent publication “An Engineer’s Formula for Public Speaking Excellence” is a practical manual for technical leaders to discover their unique voice to project confidence and conviction. Seth is a veteran member of Toastmasters and has earned the organization's highest speaker designation.
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