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Working on Addiction in the Workplace

When unaddressed, alcohol and other drug use disorders in the workplace are costly and dangerous for organizations, as well as individuals. There are many good examples of successful programs and resources available that can help, and with over 22 million Americans currently in recovery from alcohol and other drug use disorders, creating a drug-free workplace is entirely possible.
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Leadership Through Crisis

By Veronica Emilia Nuzzolo, MBA, MAOP

Organizations experience times of crisis.  During a crisis situation leadership is expected to guide and continue to move the organization forward.  The expectations of  leaders change during a crisis. (more…)

The Relationship between Culture, Consulting, and Assessing in Organizations   

By Veronica Emilia Nuzzolo, MBA, MAOP

To assess properly a need for change within a diverse organizational culture the coach or consultant must understand the dynamics of cultural diversity, and the interrelationship between coaching, group coaching, and organizational coaching in organizations.  When dealing with diverse populations within an organization a coach or consultant must have a working knowledge of how cultural diversity, individual and group coaching, organizational consulting, and assessment of outcomes is imperative for proper successful interventions. (more…)

Coaching and Consulting Individuals and Organizations

By Veronica Emilia Nuzzolo, MBA, MAOP

Creating effective change strategies for individuals and organizations requires knowledge of proper intervention strategies such as individual coaching, group coaching, and organizational consulting.  The appropriate coaching and consulting techniques will allow proper application of system theories when implementing change processes within an organization. (more…)

The Psychological Contract

By Veronica Emilia Nuzzolo, MBA, MAOP

With today’s turbulent economy and without reassurance of long-term job security, is the psychological contract still a relevant aspect of organizational culture and workplace relationships? (more…)

Genetic Testing In Employment

By Veronica Emilia Nuzzolo, MBA, MAOP
On May 21, 2008, President George W. Bush signed the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 (GINA) into law. Congress enacted GINA because of the increased use of genetic testing. According to Congress as research progresses and new genetic information is presented these advances may result in the misuse of genetic information to discriminate in health insurance and employment, (GINA Section 2). (more…)

The Untouchables…

By Veronica Emilia Nuzzolo, MBA, MAOP

Many articles have been written about bad bosses, destructive personpsych narcissistalities, or the charismatic, narcissistic leader. But could it be that the real reason destructive personalities continue to thrive in leadership is because of conducive organizational cultures and the refusal to report bad leader behavior? (more…)

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