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Growing up, math and science always made sense to me.


Humans never did.


Most people seem to have a common language that I never had. It was much like living in a foreign land. I have spent years observing people and deciphering how to hear what they mean; and learning how to communicate in a way that makes sense to them. Through entertaining stories, and lessons learned from my many mishaps, I will show engineers how to communicate more easily.


About Jeremy 

With degrees in both Mechanical Engineering and Psychology, Jeremy brings a unique perspective to leadership for people in technical fields.


Having overcome the same communication challenges that many engineers face, Jeremy is able to engage, enlighten and entertain his audience. He will deliver strategies for communicating with different audiences in different ways.

His work experience includes Process Re-engineering at Pratt & Whitney, Global strategy for APC (now Schneider Electric), owning a franchise business and coaching hundreds of engineers on their journey to becoming great leaders.


Jeremy's Talks


NeuroConversant Leadership:  How to talk to anyone

Most of us have been talking since we were two, so communicating as adults should be easy…shouldn’t it?  Have you ever understood the words someone is saying, but have no idea what they meant?  Or tried to explain something ‘simple’ and received blank stares in return?  Communication between similar people is relatively easy.  What happens when an introverted scientist and a gregarious sales person need to work on an important project together?  Relating to people who think and communicate differently than we do is a challenge, but it can be done!

Learning Objectives


  1. Understand the root causes of miscommunication

  2. Learn four dimensions of people's communication styles

  3. Identify three ways to relate with a diverse range of people


Leadership Lessons from Left Field

There are so many great books and classes about business and leadership.  However, the best lessons I have learned about business came from unexpected places.  Growing up as the youngest of 10 children, doing improvisational acting  and learning to swim in order to do triathlons all have great business and leadership lessons...wrapped up in fun stories!

Learning Objectives


  1. Learn what makes stories memorable

  2. Explore how to make stories more relatable

  3. Discover how incongruity in a story can make it come to life


Can your apparent weakness become a strength?

How did David defeat Goliath? Did he overcome his weaknesses….or was he able to turn what everyone believed as a disadvantage, into an advantage? Everyone has, what we perceive, to be strengths and weaknesses. Sometimes we work on improving those ‘weaknesses’. Sometimes we hand those things off to people who have it a perceived strength in that area. What if we were able to change our perspective and realize that often what we thought of as a disadvantage can actually be what makes us amazing

Learning Objectives


  1. Identify 3 traits that are often misperceived as weaknesses

  2. Learn how to overcome disadvantages

  3. Recognize when something is actually an advantage, and capitalize on it

“We found it extremely beneficial in helping our people identify their strengths and weaknesses…Jeremy was able to get our people thinking in a way that improved perspective and performance. What a benefit for the company!”

Kerri McNamara

The Chemical Company

Sign up for one of our workshops

Active Listening:  

If you want to be a better communicator, you have to be a better listener.  Would you like to:

  • Navigate conflicts (or avoid them)

  • Make employees feel seen and heard, increasing retention

  • Reduce misunderstandings

  • Make difficult conversations easier

  • Be able to give better feedback, without offending people

Find out how you can do all of this and more in this half day workshop​


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