About Christian Knutson
Christian Knutson
Christian Knutson, P.E., PMP is a leader, engineer, international infrastructure development program manager, and author and retired U.S. Air Force civil engineering officer. Knutson understood early in his engineering career the importance core skills like communications, relationships, and goal setting play in an engineer’s career, using them to great effect. You can access more of his work at The Engineering Career Coach website.

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Leadership is about influence.  And putting these six flavors of influence in your toolkit will... More >>

 

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