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Common Employee Behavioral Issues in the Workplace
Episode 143rd December 2020 • Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner • Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner
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Behavioral Issues in the Workplace

Behavioral issues in the workplace are often a case of good people behaving badly and if you think you’ve got it bad where you work, wait until you hear today’s guest. Cornelia Gamlem is a human resources veteran who has co-authored, They Did What? Tales From the Workplace. It’s the book every HR professional threatens to write about the unbelievable situations they wrestle with every week in the process of managing employee relations.

What You’ll Discover About Behavioral Issues in the Workplace (highlights & transcript):

* How the “creative nonfiction” book They Did What? is based in facts. [1:50]

* How effectively dealing with behavioral issues in the workplace is a function of experience. [5:30]

* Why dealing with behavioral issues in the workplace is requires judgment calls. [11:24]

* The most common themes and patterns of behavioral issues in the workplace. [15:11]

* The leadership challenges of human resources and managing behavior issues in the workplace [21:36]

* And much MORE.

 

Guest: Cornelia Gamlem

Cornelia Gamlem is the co-author of the new book titled: They Did What? Unbelievable Tales from the WorkplaceThis book is another creation from the writing partnership Cornelia has forged with her co-author Barbara Mitchell. Their previous collaboration resulted in the 2012 release of The Big Book of HR. Since then they have gone on to write more books, celebrate their translations into other languages, and receive prestigious awards.

Cornelia Gamlem is passionate about helping organizations develop and maintain respectful workplaces. For that reason, she took her HR expertise and founded the Gems Group, a management consulting firm that offers solutions to a variety of HR and business issues because managing people is the most challenging part of any leader’s day.

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Contact Cornelia and connect with her on LinkedInFacebookTwitter, and her blog: Making People Matter.

You might also enjoy Cornelia’s interview on How to Improve Your Employee Orientation Process.

 

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