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Speaker Introduction

 

Paula T. Bartholome, MSOD
PARALLAX

    

Paula promotes positive workplace interactions through effective communication, collaboration and conflict resolution. Working with individuals and groups at all organizational levels she has:

bulletdesigned and executed internal communication/change strategies;
bullet presented traditional and experiential learning content and facilitating related conversations;
bullet administered individual and organizational assessments;
bulletfacilitated conversations around organizational diagnosis and action planning; and coached individuals.

She has worked in large and small organizations including United Airlines, R. R. Donnelley & Sons, FedEx Ground (Midwest), Marquette Bank (Chicago), ConocoPhillips Company and SOS Childrenísí Village (Illinois. As part of her emphasis on positive workplace interactions she co-founded CivilityWorks, which promotes civility in the workplace. She heads her own New Buffalo, MI-based firm, Parallax.

She is an adjunct faculty member in DePaul Universityís nationally recognized, competence-based, adult undergraduate program, The School for New Learning. Her online and traditional classroom courses address collaborative learning, organizational learning, conflict resolution and using storytelling in organizations. Students consistently rate her courses relevant and her style engaging. 

Prior to starting her own firm she worked in the real estate and banking industries as well as for a professional trade association where she established and executed organization-wide marketing and communication strategies and was part of the leadership team, reporting directly to the president, COO or chairman.

She has conducted workshops and presentations on using story in organizations, the power of listening, and employee engagement. Her articles have covered similar topics and appeared in various publications the Journal of Employee Communication Management.

 

 


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