Being Present offers a framework to navigate social presence at work and at home. By exploring four primary communication choices--budgeted, entitled, competitive, and invitational--author Jeanine W. Turner shows when and where to employ each to effectively communicate in a notification-saturated world.
Jeanine W. Turner is a professor at Georgetown University, where she teaches in both the Communication, Culture and Technology (CCT) Program and the McDonough School of Business. For over thirty years, she has researched how we use communication technologies and how they influence our work, home, and friendships. Jeanine is an award-winning teacher and has published and presented her work nationally and internationally. She has worked within the public and private sectors, including AARP, KPMG, Microsoft, the NFL Players Association, Rolls Royce, Sprint, the US Senate, the US Department of Defense, and the World Bank. Jeanine earned her PhD at The Ohio State University and lives in Vienna, Virginia with her husband John and her three children Michael, Kate, and Andrew.