From the corner office to the cube, work is tough. There are competing agendas, lack of loyalty or we’re just burned out. Bob Rosner’s “12 Steps to Better Bossing” presentation offers information, insight and inspiration for creating a more engaged workplace. Bob Rosner is a best-selling author and award-winning journalist who has personally responded to over 50,000 emails from bosses and employees. He’s learned that many bosses struggle to listen and many employees struggle to speak up. Bob offers practical strategies and tools to bridge this “empathy” gap. He's been called "Dilbert, with a solution." In addition to his presentations to corporations and associations, Bob is a regular contributor to the Today Show and other leading media outlets.
Bob is a best-selling business author; “The Boss’s Survival Guide,” reached #4 on Amazon’s sales ranking and was a Wall Street Journal business bestseller. He’s been featured in People, The Wall Street Journal, Glamour, Fortune, Newsweek, Readers Digest, Playboy, Time, etc. Bob has been a regular contributor to the Today Show, and interviewed by NPR, 60 Minutes, CNN, Fox, Good Morning America, etc. Bob has been a keynote speaker to corporations and associations in Argentina, Australia, England, Canada, New Zealand, Scotland, the Philippines and in 48 of the 50 United States for the past 25 years and consulted with many of the Fortune 500.
Bob Rosner has his MBA and has been an adjunct professor to MBA students. For more than thirteen years he’s been an internationally syndicated columnist and contributor writing workplace911 (formerly called Working Wounded). He has founded four corporations (three were non-profits). Bob has received a Sigma Delta Chi award for Journalism Excellence, the Surgeon General’s Medallion from former Surgeon General C. Everett Koop and was the 1989 Commencement Speaker at the University of Puget Sound.
- The Challenge
- 12 Steps to Better Bossing
- Top Ten Ways to Stay Out of Jail
- Top Ten Ways to Keep Your Best People
- Putting Gray Matter to Work
Communication, Leadership, Media, Management, Education, Corporate Culture
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