With twenty years of experience, Preston’s dynamic presentations and powerful coaching have benefited thousands worldwide. He has worked with companies including Fortune 500 stalwarts Intel, Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, Lockheed Martin, Visa, and eBay, as well as coached executives, managers, and private individuals to identify their catalyst for success.
Preston received a Master of Science Degree in Business Administration, and is tenured faculty of the Communication Studies Department at Foothill College in Silicon Valley, California. He holds a certificate in the Management Development Program at Harvard University, and is an Alumnus Fellow of the Stanford University Human Rights Education Initiative. His articles and commentaries appear in publications including USA Today, the Huffington Post, and the Oprah Magazine. He is the recipient of the Diversity Leadership Award in Teaching and Learning, and the inaugural recipient of the Silicon Valley Speak-Up Distinguished Speaker of the Year award.
Preston is the author of “Communication Success with Four Personality Types” and “How to Communicate Effectively and Handle Difficult People.” He is also keynote speaker on the DVD program “Cross-Cultural Communication: East and West,” featured on the Business and Technology Network and the National Technological University Network.
For more information on Preston Ni and his presentations, workshops, and private coaching, write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Preston in the Media
- USA Today: “On the Job: Just say ‘No,’ tactfully, to avoid burnout”
- CNN: “Secrets of a Super Successful Introvert”
- Stanford University: “2012-2013 Stanford Human Rights Educator Fellows”
- New York Metro: “Why are BuzzFeed Quizzes so Popular? Experts Explain the Phenomenon”
- Huffington Post: “How To Get Your Own Way: Advice For Introverts”
- The Daily Worth: “Nervous to Give Your Boss Bad News? Read This First”
- Mari Frank Radio Show: “Prescriptions for Healing Conflict”
- The Oprah Magazine: “Secrets of a Super Successful Introvert: How to (Quietly) Get Your Way”
- PsychologyToday: “Ten Keys to Handling Unreasonable & Difficult People”
- Mamizeit (MZ) Switzerland: “How Marital Masters Resolve Conflicts”
- Asian Week: “Six Strategies to Secure Your Job”
- Sing Tao USA: “No Longer the Silent Minority – Communication Success for Asian Americans”
- World Journal Boston: “Communication Success for Asian American Professionals”
He…sees abilities and drive in others even when they do not, and through his excellent communication skills brings out the best in all that he encounters.Jim Bonstein, Prof. of Comm. Studies, Merced College
Preston Ni was invaluable as a communication trainer and coach during an executive coaching project. Preston quickly outlined an excellent strategy to improve the executives communication techniques and they worked very well. I highly recommend Preston because he is highly skilled and also has highest integrity.Michael J. Milbier, MBA, Learning & Development Manager
The (interview) information I received was immensely helpful…I was offered two positions and was holding out for the last interview…He offered me the job on the spot!Deena Shi, Office Manager
I have come away from his workshops, brimming with new learning, new perspectives and inspiration. He is a wonderful person with a big heart.Jitendra Mudhol, Embedded Systems Consultant, Infonics
I feel that I’m now more confident than I’ve ever been, and very happy about myself. I believe that comes from your communication class.Hiromi Mochizuki, Student
…I applied all that I had learnt from your class. It worked like a charm. I am now on the project and I was able to effectively project myself into a bigger role.Jitendra Mudhol, Embedded Systems Consultant, Infonics
So much was offered in such an amazingly short time. Enlightening and inspirational!Jeane Yee, S.F. Dept. of Public Works
Everything he covers is in depth and useful. I would recommend his workshops to everyone!Kolleen Dyson, Program Manager, NECLAM
With his guidance, I have been able to achieve more than I thought was possible.Darci Radloff-Riker, Instructional Designer