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About Cornelia Gamlem
Cornelia Gamlem, an award-winning author, consultant and speaker, is passionate about helping organizations develop and maintain respectful workplaces.
An avid believer of giving back, Cornelia is a strong supporter of the HR, business and writing communities. Cornelia often brings groups of HR professionals, consultants and fellow writers together so they can share their knowledge and experiences. She’s been active in national employers’ groups that influenced public policy, testified before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and held national leadership volunteer roles with The Society for Human Resource Management.
Writing books and blogging isn’t the only way she shares her expertise. She is a frequent guest on radio and podcasts and has been interviewed in major markets around the country. Sought after for her HR and business knowledge, Cornelia has been quoted in major publications including the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, Fortune, The New York Times, and Forbes. Her articles have appeared in publications such as fastcompany.com, Inc.com, and Entrepreneur.com.
She and her co-author are 2020 Award Winners from the Next Generation Indie Book Awards, the largest International Book Awards for Indie Authors and Publishers for The Manager’s Answer Book. She lives and writes in Albuquerque, NM where she serves on the Board of Directors for SouthWest Writers.
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- What's changing in today's workplaces
- How to find the right solution for the right problem
- Their personal conflict style and how to work with it
- The importance of listening
- How to create options to solve conflicts
- What happens when disruptive behavior gets out of control
Rather than avoid these situations, The Conflict Resolution Phrase Book can help you prepare for and embrace them. Sometimes you just need a prompt to say the right thing, and that's what this book will do. Using it you'll learn:
- Positive things to say when initiating or responding to difficult conversations and situations
- How to find and craft language to start a sensitive conversation
- The right words to positively influence the situation
Every leader will agree that managing people is challenging and growing more complex. Since The Big Book of HR was first published, dramatic changes have taken place in the workplace and the workforce. This 10th anniversary edition incorporates discussions and reflections on these changes which are useful for any business owner, manager, or HR professional.
The Big Book of HR, 10th Anniversary Edition includes up-to-date information about:
- Flexibility and work
- Diversity, equity and inclusion
- Respectful workplaces and harassment prevention
- Technology for today's digital workplaces
- Pay equity and its effect on transparency in compensation
- Benefits that meet the needs of a multigenerational workforce
- Microlearning and employee development strategy
Told against the backdrop of a fictitious company by leaders from different business sectors, They Did What?:
• Portrays people issues that can arise in any workplace.
• Spotlights the world of HR leaders and how they keep things on an even keel.
• Is a glimpse behind the scenes into compelling and relatable workplace tales.
Congratulations, you're a manager! You've earned this role because you're an expert in your field. But what about everything else you need to know? Things like:
- Getting started with setting goals, managing projects and resources, and much more.
- Developing management skills you didn't know you needed.
- Building and managing your team from hiring, firing, and everything in between.
- Creating your personal brand by building credibility for yourself and your team.
- Managing up, down, and around the organization.
- Avoiding potential land mines of conflict, change, and risk.
- Navigating the potential legal pitfalls.