An engineer who designed electronic security windows & tested new fluorescent lamp designs, who has, for the last 21 years, focused on concise technical writing & training in 8 industries.
From my brief career summary above you can see that I've gone through several transitions:
Teaching physics using visual impact & practical hands-on experiences. Proud to have inspired a pre-med student to study biomedical physics!
Answering an intriguing ad seeking "Engineers or Psychologists." Led me to work 13 years for Talsico, a pioneer in applying the science of human error reduction to manufacturing. That's where I developed a skill for brevity - a skill that can help prevent human error.
“Cut your words in half,” my reviewer told me, after reading the first learning module I wrote for Colgate-Palmolive injection molding operators. When I proudly returned a slimmed-down version, he urged, “Good, cut them in half again.”
You can say the same thing with up to 80% fewer words - but with greater impact! I've been practicing & teaching this for 21 years with both written and spoken communication. That's why Brevity at Work LLC can help you.