It’s easy to imagine San Francisco’s new wave of tech workers as happy-go-lucky 20-somethings, rich beyond their years. But that’s not necessarily always the case. They are often new to the city and navigating through work, social, and romantic challenges.
At least they aren’t going through it alone. A host of life coaches and consultants has sprung up to help them along the way.
Social Fluency is a start-up that professes to teach the art and science of communication. In 2011, the company moved its headquarters from Vancouver to San Francisco. They wanted to be in the heart of Silicon Valley so they could target their main clientele: tech workers… Full Story>>