In the Press



Connelly, B. L. and Van Slyke, E. J.  2012.  The power and peril of board interlocks. Business Horizons,  55: 403-408
Van Slyke, E. 2011. “Reinventing hotel human resources,” Hotel Business Review, February 2011
Van Slyke, E. 2010. “The architecture of change,” Best HR Ideas of 2010 Feature Article, HR Executive.
Van Slyke, E. 2010.  Feature Article: “Operational, transformational,” HRO Today.
Van Slyke, E. 2010. “An alternative to performance appraisal,” HR Magazine.
Van Slyke, E. 2010. “Identifying talent after an acquisition,” Workspan.
Van Slyke, E. 2010. Laying the groundwork for HR outsourcing,” Workforce Magazine.
Van Slyke, E. 2010. “Achieving value in outsourcing,” Capital Magazine.
Van Slyke, E. 2010. “Harnessing the value of conflict:  a listening based approach,” Capital Magazine.
Van Slyke, E. 2010. “Learn to leverage conflict as a tool to generate employee innovation,”
Van Slyke, E. 2010. “Listening to conflict:  creating value through constructive conflict,” Hotel Business Review, December.
Van Slyke, E. 2010. “The Art of Listening:  The key to successful complaint resolution,” Hotel Business Review, October.
Van Slyke, E. 2010. “Beyond platitudes:  5 tools for driving real change,” Hotel Business Review, August.
Van Slyke, E. 2010. “The top 4 principles in retaining hotel employees.” Hotel Business Review, June.
Van Slyke, E. 2009. “Beyond the blueprint: adaptive tools for driving change,” Training Magazine.
Van Slyke, E. 2009. “The structure required for adaptive change management,” IT Business Edge.
Van Slyke, E. 2009. “Beyond the blueprint: adaptive tools for driving change,” HR.Com.
Van Slyke, E. 2000. “Becoming an employer of choice,” Human Capital, Vol. 2, No. 6.
Van Slyke, E. 1999. “Violence in the workplace” published as part of Work/Life Matters column, Benefits and Compensation Solutions.
Van Slyke, E. 1999. “Workplace violence kills 1,000 workers each year…listening is the answer,” Career Magazine.
Van Slyke, E. 1999. “What’s your mission?” Catalyst Today.
Van Slyke, E. 1999. “Is there a bully in your office?” EAP Report.
Van Slyke, E. 1999. “Coaching conflict,” Executive Excellence.
Van Slyke, E. 1999. “Workplace disputes,”
Van Slyke, E. 1999. “Resolving conflicts without hindering creativity,” HR Magazine.
Van Slyke, E. 1999. Recurring contributor to the Viewpoint column, HR Today.
Van Slyke, E. 1999. “Listening to conflict: The key to constructive collaboration,” Human Resource Professional.
Van Slyke, E. 1999. “Managing creativity,” IT Recruiter.
Van Slyke, E. 1999. “Resolving team conflict,” PM Network.
Van Slyke, E. 1999. “When you can’t terminate,” Public HR.
Van Slyke, E. 1999. “Your customers are talking.  Are you listening?” Sales and Marketing Strategies.
Van Slyke, E. 1999. “Managing creative conflict,” Thompson Corporation Employee Newsletter.
Van Slyke, E. 1999. “When you can’t terminate: gaining commitment to change,” IPMA News.
Van Slyke, E., Van Slyke, B. 1998. “Mentoring: a results-oriented approach,” HR Focus.
Van Slyke, E. 1997. “Facilitating productive conflict,” HR Focus.
Van Slyke, E. 1997. “Leading productive conflict,” Innovative Leader, 611.
Van Slyke, E. 1996. “Results-oriented hiring: defining the intangibles,” HR Focus.
Van Slyke, E. 1996. “Busting the bureaucracy,” HR Focus.
Van Slyke, E. 1999. “Office bullies,” PM Network.

Media and Quotations

ACS Expertise in Action, “The art and science of change management,” March 28, 2008
Aqua:  “Pep talk:  9 tips for coaching successful employees,” Phillip M. Perry, March 2000.
BNA Employee Relations Weekly,  “Dealing with problem employees:  Legal and workplace concerns,” Simon Nadel, Vol. 15, April 28, 1997.
Chicago Tribune, “Putting your best foot forward for globe-trotting,” January 6, 2008.
Computerworld, “Your IT career: Talk your way into a raise, even now,” by Mary K. Pratt, February 23, 2010
Cranky Middle Manager Show #234 Podcast, “Embrace failure,”  April 15, 2010.
FOCUS: Journal for Respiratory Care & Sleep Medicine, “Team building,” March 22, 2003.
Fortune’s Your Company:  quoted in “Conflict doesn’t kill companies; it makes them stronger,” Sheryl Nance-Nash, July 26, 1999.
Health Library, “Resolving conflicts at work and at home,” by Charles Downey, February 2008.
HR Briefing, quoted in “Helping employees move on,” Linda Lewis, June 1999.
HROA (HR Outsourcing Association), “The art & science of change management,” 2008.
HR Voice, “The culture of technology and HR,” Peter Caulfield, August 10, 2010.
IT Business Edge, “Six reasons the business doesn’t see IT as a partner,” by Ann All, January 11, 2010.
IT Business Edge, “IT aware of need for change management,” by Patrick Avery, November 20, 2009.
IT Business Edge, “Change Management and business requirements,” by Ann All, October 1, 2009.
Investor’s Business Daily, Leaders and Success, “How you think is everything:  making conflict healthy,” by Cord Cooper, January 31, 2005
Jacksonville Business, “Getting creative with creativity,” July 5, 1999.
LA Times:  quoted in “Quitting: Not the only solution to difficult work relationships,” Jennifer Oldham, March 22, 1999.
LA Times, “You stupid %&#@**!” Susan Vaughn, May 10, 1999.
Newark Star Ledger, “Firing’s never easy, but doing it right could save you time and money,” Iris Taylor, July 5, 1999.
Propeller Training Blog, “The six levels of listening,” by Ian Mond, September 10, 2007.
Seize the Day with Gus Lloyd Radio Show, “Why we love undercover boss and what we can learn from the show,” March 10, 2010.
Soundview Executive Book Summaries, “Listening to conflict.” Vol. 21, No. 5, Part 1, May 1999.
Training:  quoted in cover story “The death of civility,” Chris Lee, July 1999.
Wall Street Journal, quoted in “Solving conflicts in the workplace without making losers,” Managing Your Career by Hal Lancaster, May 27, 1997.
What’s Working in Human Resources, “How to hire people who will get results,” August 8, 1996.
Workforce (Formerly Personnel Journal), “Employee sabotage:  don’t be a target,” Jennifer Laabs, July 1999.


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