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Curriculum Vitae

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Education

M.B.A. Business Administration and Organizational Development (not completed)

1988
  University of Phoenix, San Jose, CA  
     
Ph.D. Clinical Psychology 1984
  Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, Menlo Park, CA  
     
Audit Law classes  
  Stanford Law School, Stanford, CA  
     
M.S. Clinical Psychology 1978
  Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, Menlo Park, CA  
     
M.S. Clinical Psychology 1972
  California State University, San Jose, CA  
     
B.A. Psychology—with distinction 1969
  California State University, San Jose, CA  
     
A.A. Liberal Arts—with honors 1967
  DeAnza College, Cupertino, CA  
     
  Business, management, marketing and economics courses  
  Various schools, including New School for Social Research, New York, NY  
     
  Sexual harassment, diversity, discrimination workshops  
  Various associations  
     
  Citizen’s Police Academy  
  — Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Department  
  — Santa Clara Police Department  
     

Experience—Business and Management

1981 - Present

Diamond Associates, Santa Clara, CA

Consultants to Management

ArLyne Diamond, Ph.D.—Owner and Practice Manager

Multi-faceted, ArLyne Diamond, Ph.D. has extensive experience in a wide range of disciplines (business, education, psychology, law, marketing, management and consulting), enabling her to see things from a variety of angles, quickly cleaving to the essence of a problem, offering her clients creative and practical solutions.  Specializing in People and Processes in the Workplace, ArLyne describes her work as: Helping You Get the Most out of Yourself and Others.

She works with entire departments, teams, small groups, and individuals, at every level in an organization, from Boards of Directors and upper management to support staff. ArLyne works with professional practices, businesses, non-profit associations, and government agencies (including police and fire), as well as with professional and career development for individuals. She is well noted for her skill in large and small group process, including strategic planning, change agent/management, IT department and customer understanding/satisfaction, conflict resolution, streamlining of systems, training of management to manage people, as well as board, committee and team training.

People Skills

  • Board of Directors and Leadership Training & Retreats
  • Strategic Planning, Group Decision Making & Problem Solving Workshops/Retreats
  • Executive Team Screening, Selection, Development and Maintenance
  • Management Development for Excellence, Creativity and Motivation
  • Managing People, Programs, Products and Processes
  • Cultural and Business Change—Managing the Transition and Growth
  • Communication, Persuasion and Presentation Skill Development
  • Persuasion, Mediation, Negotiation
  • Cooperation, Conflict Resolution, Diversity, Gender, Discrimination & Harassment
  • Customer Service/Satisfaction—both internal & external
  • Morale, Motivation, Productivity, Loyalty
  • Sales Training, and
  • Career and Professional Development Planning and Implementation

Process Development

  • Development of Business, Marketing and Sales Strategies
  • Tactical Decisions and Implementation
  • Organizational Development
  • Streamlining, Re-engineering, Infrastructure
  • Customized Performance Evaluations, 360-Degree Evaluations & training.
  • Administrative Systems including Policy, Procedures, Job Descriptions, Forms, and
  • Staff Development and Training of Procedures and Systems

Start-ups find her varied skills and experience useful.  She helps select the right mix of personnel, trains effective upper management teams and creates much-needed infrastructure.

As a Professional Development Consultant, she helps those on the fast track for promotion, as well as professionals in private practice.  Her clients improve their interpersonal relationship skills, image, and management style as well as their strategic decision-making abilities. They learn to work well with superiors, subordinates and projects. She consults with professionals about business practices, development, staff management, customer service and marketing.

ArLyne appears on radio and television programs and speaks to community organizations about a wide range of topics.

She has been described by others as seeing things clearly, being perceptive about people, and articulate and comfortable in style.

In addition to teaching university and college courses (see “Experience—Teaching” section), Dr. Diamond teaches management, marketing, professional development, persuasion, negotiation and conflict resolution.  She uses mediation, facilitation and arbitration skills with clients to resolve workplace conflict.  She also teaches mediation to and has been an arbitrator for the Santa Clara County Bar Association and has been an arbitrator and mediator with the Better Business Bureau.

Her community service and committee work is vast and includes having been President and on the Board of many organizations.  This background led to the creation of her Board and Committee training experience and books. Dr. Diamond has provided almost one-hundred workshops to association, non-profit, religious, and corporate boards.

Frequently quoted and published in textbooks, newspapers, and magazines, Dr. Diamond authors her own newsletter, Diamonds to You, and wrote a column “Workplacein the San Jose Business Journal.  She provided guest columns on management to Silicon Valley Biz Ink.  Currently on the Advisory Board of the ADA Compliance Group, she writes a regular column for their magazine.  Her books, Training Your Board of Directors:  A Manual for the CEOs, Board Members, Administrators and Executives of Corporations, Associations, Non-Profit and Religious Organizations and The “Please” and “Thank You” of Fundraising for Non-Profits  are available at www.productivepublications.com.  Two additional books will be released by them early in 2006. They are Roles and Responsibilities in the Workplace and Compliance Issues in the Workplace:  How to Deal Effectively with Drugs, Sexual Harassment and Racial Discrimination.

Also in production is a book series, The Business of the Profession, designed to help professional practices and small businesses understand business practices, needs, management, marketing and business development. Dr. Diamond has completed the research for her book, CEO: Creatively Energized Organizations, which is a leadership and management book.

As owner and administrator of Diamond Associates, founded in 1981, ArLyne has experience in all aspects of small business ownership and management of professional and support staff.

Background

Her early work experience includes having been an executive secretary, bookkeeper, office manager, credit and collections manager, efficiency expert, systems designer and troubleshooter.  She conceived and created the first ever Customer Service Department in an international sales distribution organization.  She designed, staffed, managed and created all procedures for it.  Upon moving to California, she became a business and management consultant.

Starting Diamond Associates in 1981, she has been the managing partner and administrator, thus having first hand experience running a business.

Dr. Diamond has two master’s degrees and a doctorate in Psychology. She also studied business management, organizational/industrial psychology, law, and a mix of other subjects. For example, she attended law classes at Stanford Law School, Master of Business Administration classes at the University of Phoenix, and Economics classes at the New School for Social Research.

As a Commissioner on the Status of Women, she was chair of the Women’s Workplace Issues Committee.  She was a founding member of the Northern California Consortium of Women’s Re-Entry Programs, and served as a consultant to Junior Colleges throughout Northern California, creating and teaching counseling and career development courses.  ArLyne has counseled hundreds of women in personal and professional development and speaks regularly about women’s issues.


Experience—Teaching

San Jose State University—Professional Development, San Jose, CA 2004 - Present

  • Advanced Training for Board Directors & CEOs of Organizations
    (Corporations) and Associations

University of Notre Dame de Namur, Belmont, CA 2001 – 2002

  • Organizational Behavior
  • Multi-National Business and Economics

University of California—Davis, Davis, CA 1998

  • Leading Diverse Cultures—A Multi-Faceted Challenge

University of Judaism, Los Angeles, CA  1997

  • Group Problem Solving and Decision Making in Non-Profit Management

University of California Santa Cruz Extension, Santa Clara, CA  1993 - Present

  • Culture and Cultural Diversity (TESL/CLAD4)
  • Dealing with People Who Are Different
  • Diversity in Dispute Resolution
  • Diversity with a Difference
  • Global Savvy: Working and Managing in a Global Economy
  • Protecting the Employer and Employee in Changing Organizations
       (guest lecturer in quality management course)
  • Psychology of Buying (Understanding the Consumer)
  • Service Marketing—Marketing Professional Services
  • Soft Skills (leadership, management, interpersonal relations, communication)

West Valley—Mission College District, Saratoga, CA 1996 - 1999

  • Finding, Hiring & Effectively Using the Right Person for the Job
  • Marketing Professional Services
  • Roles and Responsibilities in the Workplace (ethics)

University of Santa Clara, Law School, Santa Clara, CA  1981

  • Understanding Psychological Testimony (for lawyers & judges)

Stanford Law School, guest lecturer, Palo Alto, CA 1980 - 1990

  • Children’s Rights
  • Clinical Evaluations and Interviewing of Juveniles
  • Issues in Custody and Visitation

DeAnza College, Cupertino, CA 1973 - 1977

  • Career Decisions for Women
  • Personal & Social Adjustment
  • Vocational & Personal Counseling

San Jose State University, San Jose, CA  1969 - 1972

  • (Includes teaching, substitute teaching, and teaching assistant)
  • Elementary Statistics
  • Intelligence Testing Practicum
  • Personality & Emotional Problems of Children
  • Psychology of Adolescence
  • Projective Techniques I (TAT & others)
  • Projective Techniques II (Rorschach)

Experience—Psychology

Diamond Associates, Santa Clara, CA 1981 – Present

Consulting—Business/Industry/Professional Practices

 See Consulting experience above.

Consulting—Medical Profession

Staff-patient, physician-nurse relationships and stress reduction for staff and patients in emergency rooms. Business and personnel issues consultant to a variety of medical practices. Policy, procedures, rules, regulations, forms.

Diamond Associates, Santa Clara, CA 1981 - 1989

Counseling—Therapy

Career counseling; couple, family and group therapy; custody mediation; hypnotherapy; individual psychotherapy with adults, adolescents and children.

Evaluations

Placement, psychological assessments, disability and legally related issues.

Psychological evaluations for industry, career change, custody, school-related issues.

Forensic

Expert witness testimony and evaluations in criminal, juvenile, personal injury, domestic and custody cases. Consultant to attorneys in strategy negotiation, witness preparation, jury selection, cross-examination, understanding psychological testimony, and preparation and defense of child sexual abuse cases.

Associated Psychologists, Santa Clara, CA  1973 - 1981

Counseling—Therapy

Responsible for individual, group, marriage, family and child therapy. Evaluations for vocational, educational, personality, adoptions, etc., and hypnotherapy.
(Originally served as Psychological Assistant to Dr. Eva Laskin.)

Custody Evaluations and Mediation

As Associate Director of Families in Transition (a division of Associated Psychologists), provided psychological evaluations of parents and children regarding issues of custody and visitation, recommended and testified to the court; mediated custody and visitation issues using techniques from counseling and dispute resolution. Was one of California’s first professional mediators.

Forensic

Consultant to attorneys in criminal, juvenile, domestic and custody cases. Pursuant to court requests, submitted psychological evaluations in criminal, juvenile and domestic cases. Appeared as expert witness in the superior and municipal courts of numerous counties.

Lighthouse Foundation, San Jose, CA  1971

 Intern—individual and group counseling for alcoholics.

California State University Counseling Center and Family and Child Clinic,

San Jose, CA  1970

 Intern—individual, marriage, family and groups.

Heald College, San Jose, CA 1964 - 1965

 Counselor—academic and personal problems.

B’nai Brith, New York, NY  1956 - 1961

 Advisor—teenage girls, under supervision of psychologist.

Veteran’s Hospital—Bronx New York, NY  1954 - 1961

Counselor to paraplegic, quadriplegic and psychiatric patients,
under the supervision of the Chief of Psychiatry.

Early Business Experience

1954 – 1972

(A separate resume for early business experience available upon request)  


Professional and Service Organizations

(partial listing of past/present and detail of volunteer leadership participation)

Addison Penzak Jewish Community Center, Los Gatos, CA

 

American Business Women’s Association

 

American Diabetes Society

 

American Management Association

 

American Psychological Association

 

American Psychology-Law Society, National

 

American Psychology-Law Society,
Santa Clara County, CA

Founded the first chapter of this organization. Was President and on its board for several years.

American Society of Clinical Hypnosis

 

American Society of Training and Development (ASTD)

 

Amnesty International

 

Arthritis Foundation

 

Bay Area Organizational Development Network

 

Better Business Bureau, Santa Clara County, CA

Arbitrator and mediator. Taught arbitrators to conduct mediation.

B’nai Brith Girls, New York City, NY

President of chapter, regional president district office. Volunteer work with psychiatric, paraplegic, and quadriplegic patients in Bronx Veteran’s Hospital.

B’nai Brith Women, New York City, NY

Youngest woman chapter president. Advisor to youth groups, Anti-Defamation League.

California Association of Marriage & Family Therapists (CAMFT), Santa Clara County

 

California Attorneys for Criminal Justice (CACJ)

In addition to membership, offered workshops to attorneys and judges.

California State Psychological Association

 

Casa del Valle Homeowners Association,
Santa Clara, CA

President of Board of Directors. Board member for five years.

CEO Leadership Forum of Silicon Valley,
San Jose, CA

Founder and leader.

Challenge Learning Center, Mountain View, CA

Board member.

Commission on the Status of Women,
Santa Clara County, CA

Commissioner and Chair of the Women in the Workplace Committee.

Commonwealth Club

 

Court-Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)

 

Diabetes Society of San Jose, San Jose, CA

Member of executive team creating educational and emotional support programs.

Giraffe Society

 

Good Samaritan Society

 

International Organization of Women in Technology (WITI)

 

Jewish High-Tech Community,
Silicon Valley, CA

Membership Chair. Steering Committee Board.

Joint Venture:Silicon Valley, San Jose, CA

Member, Streamlining Steering Committee.

Kenna Club

 

Multiple Sclerosis Society

 

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Lecturer and workshop leader for multiple courses

National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO)

 

National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB)

 

National Organization of Victim Assistance (NOVA)

 

National Speaker’s Association (NSA)

 

Organizational Development Network (OD)

 

Parents without Partners, San Jose, CA

Advisory board.

Peninsula Professional Women’s Network

 

Professional and Technical Consultants Association (PATCA), Mountain View, CA

Referral service, directory, newsletter.

Rotary, West Valley and Campbell, CA

Membership chair. Program chair.

San Jose Symphony Associate Board

 

Santa Clara Chamber of Commerce

 

Santa Clara County Bar Association

Fee arbitrator.

Santa Clara County Diabetes Society

 

Santa Clara County Psychological Association

 

San Jose Symphony Associate Board, San Jose, CA

Chaired Walk-A-Thon committee.

Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE), Silicon Valley, CA

Counselor, public speaker, and trainer of counselors. Workshop board.

Silicon Valley Engineering Council

Board Development - Training

Sunnyvale Chamber of Commerce

 

Temple Emanu-El, San Jose, CA

Board member, Chair of Adult Education Committee.

Toastmasters, Sunnyvale, CA

 

Union of American Hebrew Congregations (UAHC), National and regional

Board of Directors and leadership training for synagogues.

Vanguard, Silicon Valley, CA

Founder and vice president of this service organization based on the philosophy of objectivism.

Women’s Re-Entry Programs Consortium,
Northern California

Consulted to WREPs at several junior colleges. Taught Counseling and Career Decisions for Women.

World Forum, San Jose, CA

 

Plus various community ad-hoc, professional, and academic committees.


Media Interviews

(partial listing)

Diamond, A. (2005, December 15). In Culver, K. (Producer), Kilen, T.J. (Host). “Dr. Phil of the workplace” gives straight no-nonsense answers; Dealing with multigenerational employee issues; Holiday issues. [Radio interview]. Party Line. Portage, WI: WPDR.

Diamond, A. (2005, September 29). In Tallent, K. (Producer). Dr. Diamond: “The Dr. Phil of the workplace” answers questions; Getting the best from yourself and others. [Radio interview]. Live & Local. Dodge City KS: KGNO.

Diamond, A. (2005, September 14). In Erspamer, S. (Producer). Hurricane Katrina displaced victims: Anxiety for new employers and the victims…how to cope. [Radio interview]. Sam in the Morning. Ironwood, MI: WJMS.

Diamond, A. (2005, August 20). In Martin, E. (Producer). Dr. Diamond: “The Dr. Phil of the workplace” answers questions; Getting the best from yourself and others. [Radio interview]. Consulting Eve. Ocala, FL: WLBE.

Diamond, A. (2005, August 1). In Lindsey, R. (Producer). Dr. Diamond: “The Dr. Phil of the workplace” answers your questions. [Radio interview]. Insight. Marshfield, WI: WDLB.

Diamond, A. (2005, July 19). In Wiley, S. (Producer). Dr. Diamond: The “Dr. Ruth” of the workplace answers your questions. [Radio interview]. Talk of the Town—The Light Side of the News. Decatur, AL: WYAM.

Diamond, A. (2005, July 15). In Jeffery, R. (Producer). Helping you get the best out of yourself and others; Conflict in the workplace; Coping with aging. [Radio interview]. Live Line. Newark, NY: WACK.

Diamond, A. (2005, July 11). In Hexom, S. (Producer). Dr. Diamond: “The Dr. Phil of the workplace” answers questions; Getting the best from yourself and others. [Radio interview]. Burlington’s Talk Show. Burlington, IA: KBUR.

Diamond, A. (2005, July 7). In Dodd, Lauri (Producer). Dr. Diamond: “The Dr. Phil of the workplace” answers your questions. [Radio interview]. Better Living. Dallas, TX: KLLI.

Diamond, A. (2005, June 23). In Burnelle, D. (Producer). Stress on the job; Managing your boss. [Radio interview]. Midday Show. Woonsocket, RI: WOON.

Diamond, A. (2005, June 11). In Gaylord, M. (Producer). Stress in the workplace—health hazards. [Radio interview]. All About Health. Flint, MI: WFNT.

Diamond, A. (2005, June 10). In Gamble, S. (Producer). Helping you get the best out of yourself and others; Conflict in the workplace. [Radio interview]. Party Line. Portage, WI: WPDR.

Diamond, A. (2005, June 7). In Ritcheske, G. (Producer). Helping you get the best out of yourself and others. [Radio interview]. The Leadership Adventure. Irving, TX: WMNY.

Diamond, A. (2002, September 18). In Peoples, J. (Executive Producer). [Radio interview]. The Infinite Mind. National Public Radio.  

Diamond, A. (2002, August 15). In Hopkins, J. (Host). Hiring for tech jobs fails to pick up, slowing recovery. [Radio interview]. Phoenix, AZ: KTAR

Diamond, A. (2002, August 15). In Hopkins, J. (Host). Hiring for tech jobs fails to pick up. [Television interview].  Denver, CO: KUSA

Diamond, A. (2002, August 15). In Hopkins, J. (Host). Hiring for tech jobs fails to pick up, slowing recovery. [Radio interview]. Washington, DC: WTOP

Diamond, A. (2002, February 23). In Star, H. (Host). Improving customer service. [Radio interview]. The Bottom Line. New York, NY: WWKB.

Diamond, A. (1997, March 18).  In Wolfe, D. & Jewett, F. Customer service [Television interview]. Issues Today. San Jose, CA: TCI Cablevision.

Diamond, A. (1997, January). In Alexander, B. (Host). Professional development: Psychological blocks around money [Radio interview]. Money Hot-Line. Santa Cruz, CA: KSCO.

Diamond, A. (1996, December). In Lee, C.A. (Producer). Conflict in the workplace. [Television interview]. Voice of the Valley. San Jose, CA: TCI.

Diamond, A. (1994, September). In Cownie, D. (Public Affairs Director). Sexual harassment in the workplace. [Radio interview]. San Jose, CA: KSJO/KSJX.

Diamond, A. (1994, April). In Cownie, D. (Public Affairs Director). [Radio interview]. This Is Santa Clara County. San Jose, CA: KSJO/KSJX.

Diamond, A. (1994, February). In Krissler, L. Diversity in the workplace [Radio interview, PSA]. San Jose, CA: KBAY.

Diamond, A. (1994, January). In Santiago, E. (Public Affairs). Community concerns at home and in the workplace. [Radio interview]. San Jose, CA: KEZR.

Diamond, A. (1993, August). In Bennett, M. (News Director). Men and women working together. [Radio interview]. San Jose, CA: KEZR.

Diamond, A. (1993, July). In Dorenbecker, M. Men and women together in the workplace. [Radio interview]. Community Dialogue. San Francisco, CA: KKHI.

Diamond, A. (1991, October 14). In Krasny, M. (Host). Sexual harassment: men & women finding balance. [Radio interview]. San Francisco, CA: KGO.

Diamond, A. (1991, August 7). [Television interview]. Weekday. Oakland, CA: KBHK.

Diamond, A. (1991, January). In Cormier, J. Breaking down the walls of fear and hate. [Radio interview]. Los Gatos, CA: KRVE.

Diamond, A. (1991). Breaking down the walls of fear and hate. [Radio interview]. Cupertino, CA: KKUP.

Diamond, A. (1990, October). In Rogge, R. & Best, D. (Hosts). [Radio interview]. Cupertino, CA: KKUP.

Diamond, A. (1989, September 19). In Friedman, M. (Producer). New weapons in divorce wars: false allegations. [Television interview]. Hour Magazine. Hollywood, CA

Diamond, A. (1988, January 12). In Rather, D. Concord, California/Willson Train Accident. [Television interview]. CBS Evening News. CBS Television.

Diamond, A. (1981). In Walker, D.I. Women in the workplace. [Television interview]. San Jose, CA: KICU.

Diamond, A. in Collins, P. [Radio interview]. San Francisco, CA: KNBR.

Diamond, A. in Madrigal, R. [Radio interview]. San Jose, CA: KLIV.

Diamond, A. in Willen, B. & Meyer, J. [Television interview]. San Jose, CA: KNTV.

Diamond, A. in Wayne, Ken. [Television interview]. San Jose, CA: KNTV.

Diamond, A. in Duran, Y. [Television interview]. San Francisco, CA: KRON.

Diamond, A. in Sisson, A. [Television interview]. San Jose, CA: KICU.

Diamond, A. [Television interview]. San Jose, CA: KTEH/Public Broadcasting Service.


Publications—Books written by ArLyne Diamond, Ph.D.

(partial listing)

Diamond, A. (2006). The "please" and "thank you" of  fundraising for non-profits. Toronto: Productive Publications.

Diamond, A. (2005). Training your board of directors: A manual for the CEOs, board members, administrators and executives of corporations, associations, non-profit and religious organizations. Toronto: Productive Publications.

Diamond, A. (1989). “Suggestibility and credibility issues.” (Chapter in Child and youth services: False allegations of child abuse and neglect). Binghampton, NY: Haworth Press.

Diamond, A. (1984, October 2). The child molester and the legal process. Doctoral dissertation, Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, Palo Alto, CA

Diamond, A. (1972, July). An exploratory venture into establishing a diabetic teaching seminar. Master’s thesis, Department of Psychology, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA


Publications—Articles written by ArLyne Diamond, Ph.D.

(partial listing)

2000s

Diamond, A. (2006, February). Finding success through succession. Security Management.

Diamond, A. (2006, February). What's creating all the conflict and what can we do about it? (part 2 of 2). WIC Best Practices. Women in Consulting. 

Diamond, A. (2006, January). Marketing and selling professional services requires reducing the decision-making risk. Rain Today. Retrieved from www.raintoday.com/pages/764_reducing_the_decision_making_risk.cfm.

Diamond, A. (2005, December). Separate wish list demands. ADA Compliance Guide. Americans with Disabilities Act.

Diamond, A. (2005, November 30). Managing sexual harassment risks in government agencies. Reason Online Retrieved from http://www.reason.org/privatization/sexual_harassment_government.shtml.

Diamond, A. (2005, November). Flexible approach needed. ADA Compliance Guide. Americans with Disabilities Act.

Diamond, A. (2005, October). What's creating all the conflict and what can we do about it? (part 1 of 2). WIC Best Practices. Women in Consulting. 

Diamond, A. (2004, September). Some advice on dealing with clients. WIC Consultants Direct Newsletter. Women in Consulting. Retrieved from http://www.womeninconsulting.org/consultants/articles/advice-dealing-w-clients.html.

Diamond, A. (2004, February 13). Minimize culture clashes in the business world. Silicon Valley Biz Ink.

Diamond, A. (2003, November 1). Effective communication 101: When two worlds meet and meld. Health Imaging. Retrieved from http://healthimaging.mmprove.com/ViewArticle.aspx?ArticleID=426.

Diamond, A. (2003, November). What do you know? Texas Realtor.

Diamond, A. (2003, October 3). Wisdom of elders is getting lost. Silicon Valley Biz Ink.

Diamond, A. (2003, June 6). Volunteering has many benefits. Silicon Valley Biz Ink. (Column: Lifestyles: Viewpoint).

Diamond, A. (2002, December 13). Cutbacks don’t have to sink employee morale. Silicon Valley Biz Ink.

Diamond, A. (2002, May 7). HR reps strive for respect in tech-driven valley. Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal.

Diamond, A. (2002, May 7). Motivating employee retention. Prosavvy.

Diamond, A. with Kaus, D.S. (2001, April 27). The once-a-year performance appraisal is worthless. San Jose Business Journal.

Diamond, A. (2001, March 23). One-house-per-family paradigm outdated. Business Review. Retrieved from  http://www.bizjournals.com/albany/stories/2001/03/26/editorial3.html.

Diamond, A. (2001, March 9). Detached single-family dwellings highly overrated. San Jose Business Journal.

Diamond, A. (2000, November 24). Slogans wasted on employees in today’s economy. San Jose Business Journal.

Diamond, A. (2000, November 13). Motivating employee retention. TechWeek.

1990s

Diamond, A. (1999, Winter). Marketing you (part 7 of 7). Women’s Connection.

Diamond, A. (1999, Spring). Marketing you (part 6 of 7). Women’s Connection.

Diamond, A. (1998, December 21). HR reps strive for respect in tech-driven valley. San Jose Business Journal.

Diamond, A. (1998, Winter). Marketing you (part 5 of 7). Women’s Connection.

Diamond, A. (1998, September). Sometimes tolerance means agreeing to disagree. American Fire Journal.

Diamond, A. (1998, Fall). Marketing you (part 4 of 7). Women’s Connection.

Diamond, A. (1998, Summer). Marketing you (part 3 of 7). Women’s Connection.

Diamond, A. (1998, May). Ooops! what did I just say? American Fire Journal.

Diamond, A. (1998, March). Is it hate or misunderstanding? American Fire Journal.

Diamond, A. (1998, Spring). Marketing you (part 2 of 7). Women’s Connection.

Diamond, A. (1997, Winter). Marketing you (part 1 of 7). Women’s Connection.

Diamond, A. (1997, July). Shouting it out (Topic: diversity in fire service). San Jose Mercury News—West Magazine.

Diamond, A. (1997, May). Volunteering adds value to your life. PATCA Newsletter. Professional and Technical Consultants Association.

Diamond, A. (1997, May). Adding value to your life. Rotary District 5170 Newsletter.

Diamond, A. (1997, April). 7 deadly phrases that undermine managers. Investor’s Business Daily.

Diamond, A. (1997, March). Thinking and training as sound strategies for success. The Personnel News.

Diamond, A. (1997, February 3). Customer service just isn’t the same. Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal.  

Diamond, A. (1997, January). Volunteering adds value to your life. Silicon Valley Engineering Council Newsletter. 

Diamond, A. (1996, December). The human side of streamlining: A city’s permitting process. The Workplace.

Diamond, A. (1996, October). Managing workplace diversity requires looking at a mosaic. The Personnel News.

Diamond, A. (1996, September). Small business: “Nobody treats me with respect”. The Personnel News.

Diamond, A. (1996, September). Sherman Amsel. (Member profile). PATCA Newsletter. Professional and Technical Consultants Association.

Diamond, A. (1996, August). Small businesses take heed: Ignore sexual harassment issues at your peril. The Personnel News.

Diamond, A. (1996, August). Carl Angotti. (Member profile). PATCA Newsletter. Professional and Technical Consultants Association.

Diamond, A. (1996, August). Marketing and selling professional services. PATCA Newsletter. Professional and Technical Consultants Association.

Diamond, A. (1996, July). George Mattathil. (Member profile). PATCA Newsletter. Professional and Technical Consultants Association.

Diamond, A. (1996, June 10). Ignoring sexual harassment issues can be a costly error. Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal.

Diamond, A. (1996, June 6). Tell it like it really is. (Op-ed). (Topic: improving downtown). San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. (1996, June). Greg Messer: What volunteering is all about. (Member profile). PATCA Newsletter. Professional and Technical Consultants Association.

Diamond, A. (1996, June). The consultant as expert witness. PATCA Newsletter. Professional and Technical Consultants Association.

Diamond, A. (1996, June). The police and the massage therapist: A possible future. The Journal of California Law Enforcement. California Peace Officers’ Association.

Diamond, A. (1996, May). Henry Berkley. (Member profile). PATCA Newsletter. Professional and Technical Consultants Association.

Diamond, A. (1996, March). Some advice on dealing with clients. PATCA Newsletter. Professional and Technical Consultants Association.

Diamond, A. (1995, October). Managing the business of your profession, part IV. Massage & Bodywork Quarterly.

Diamond, A. (1995, August 28). Industry not as sturdy as it was in far simpler days. Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal.

Diamond, A. (1995, July). Managing the business of your profession, part III. Massage & Bodywork Quarterly.

Diamond, A. (1995, April). Managing the business of your profession, part II. Massage & Bodywork Quarterly.

Diamond, A. (1995, January 16). Roosevelt rose above his disability. (Op-ed). San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. (1995, January). Managing the business of your profession, part I. Massage & Bodywork Quarterly.

Diamond, A. (1994, June 6). Electronic mail can become addictive: Providing people-management skills to new supervisors. San Jose Business Journal. (Column: Workplace).

Diamond, A. (1994, May 16). Multicultural settings produce own challenges; Getting staff to accept cultural differences. San Jose Business Journal. (Column: Workplace).

Diamond, A. (1994, April 25). Getting your decision maker to find the time; Free consulting advice during the interview; Handicap considerations in moving employees. San Jose Business Journal. (Column: Workplace).

Diamond, A. (1994, April 11). Employers must set a workroom code of conduct; Sexual harassment. San Jose Business Journal. (Column: Workplace).

Diamond, A. (1994, March 28). People come first in building good work environment; Training staff in customer relations; Late hours and employee safety. San Jose Business Journal. (Column: Workplace).

Diamond, A. (1994, January). Rewards and recognition. The Wise Old Owl’s Workplace Wanderings. Diamond Associates.

Diamond, A. (1994, January). Career and succession planning. The Wise Old Owl’s Workplace Wanderings. Diamond Associates.

Diamond, A. (1994, January). Lack of communication across the sandboxes. The Wise Old Owl’s Workplace Wanderings. Diamond Associates.  

Diamond, A. (1994, January). Upsizing—downsizing. The Wise Old Owl’s Workplace Wanderings. Diamond Associates.

Diamond, A. (1994, January). Managing or leading... What is the difference in the workplace? The Wise Old Owl’s Workplace Wanderings. Diamond Associates.  

Diamond, A. (1994, January). Rewards and recognitions. The Wise Old Owl’s Workplace Wanderings. Diamond Associates.  

Diamond, A. (1994, January). Chain of command vs. cooperative collaboration. The Wise Old Owl’s Workplace Wanderings. Diamond Associates.  

Diamond, A (1993, November 11). Community policing in San Jose. (Op-ed). San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. (1993, October 31). Sticks ‘n’ stones will break my bones but words will break my heart. The Wise Old Owl’s Workplace Wanderings. Diamond Associates.

Diamond, A. (1993, October 31). Managing diversity in today’s workplace. The Wise Old Owl’s Workplace Wanderings. Diamond Associates.

Diamond, A. (1993, October 31). Sexual harassment and employer responsibility. The Wise Old Owl’s Workplace Wanderings. Diamond Associates.

Diamond, A. (1993, October 31). Prevention rather than punishment is the key to resolving sexual harassment. The Wise Old Owl’s Workplace Wanderings. Diamond Associates.

Diamond, A. (1993, October 31). Tips for reducing unnecessary stress. The Wise Old Owl’s Workplace Wanderings. Diamond Associates.

Diamond, A. (1993, October 31). Team building. The Wise Old Owl’s Workplace Wanderings. Diamond Associates.

Diamond, A. (1993, October 31). Managing people in the 90's. The Wise Old Owl’s Workplace Wanderings. Diamond Associates.

Diamond, A. (1993, October 12). Too many parking lots. (Op-ed). San Jose City Times.

Diamond, A. (1993, May 24). Managing workplace diversity requires looking at a mosaic. San Jose Business Journal.

Diamond, A. (1992, November). Good speakers deserve thoughtful introductions. Rotary District 5170 Newsletter.

Diamond, A. (1992, September). Sexual harassment/discrimination in the workplace: an employer/manager’s concerns. The Connection. Better Business Bureau of San Jose.

Diamond, A. (1992, August 31). From the pen of ArLyne Diamond, Ph.D. (Speaker introduction). West Valley Rotary Newsletter.

Diamond, A. (1992, April 17). The synergy of competition and compassion. The Recorder.

Diamond, A. (1992, April). Sexual harassment & employer responsibility. Progress. Sunnyvale Chamber of Commerce.

Diamond, A. (1992, February). Nobody treats me with respect. Law Practice Management. (Column: Bottom Line). State Bar of California.

Diamond, A. (1991, October 21). Should hot tub parties be workplace taboo? San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. (1991, September 19). Nobody treats me with respect. California Chiropractic Journal.

Diamond, A. (1991, September). Nobody treats me with respect. Southern Alameda County Explorer. Southern Alameda County Dental Society.

Diamond, A. (1991, July 19). How managers, workers can get more respect. San Francisco Chronicle.

Diamond, A. (1990). Prisoners of our environment. Experts-at-Law.

1980s

Barr, H.B. & Diamond, A. (1988, November 9). Get inside the engineer’s mind. Times Tribune.

Diamond, A. (1988, July 14). Family caring. Santa Clara American Weekly.

Diamond, A. (1985, May). Suggestibility and imitation—their role in child sexual abuse evaluations. California Attorneys for Criminal Justice syllabus: Defense of child sexual abuse cases.

1970s

Diamond, A. (1970). Psychological aspects of motion sickness (NASA research grant). NASA-Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Mountain View, CA

Diamond, A. (1970). Susceptibility scale for motion sickness (NASA research grant). NASA-Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Mountain View, CA


Publications—Articles, quoted in articles written by others

(partial listing)

2000s

Diamond, A. (2006, January 26). Bedtime dilemma. Quoted in Sales & Marketing Management. Retrieved from http://www.salesandmarketing.com/smm/online_exclusive.

Diamond, A. (2006, January 11). Work wars: Tread cautiously when competing with a colleague for a position. Quoted in Longmont FYI. Retrieved from http://www.longmontfyi.com/employment/Employment-Story.asp?id=5612.

Diamond, A. quoted by Myers, R. (2006, Winter). First impressions count: Train employees to become great customer service representatives. Business Vision. Retrieved from http://www.key.com/pdf/bv_winter06_a2.pdf.

Diamond, A. quoted by Kay, A. (2005, September 26). No set rules when it comes to staff cuts. The Desert Sun. Retrieved from http://www.thedesertsun.com.

Diamond, A. quoted by Gardyn, R. (2005, September 1). Hotline. The Chronicle of Philanthropy. Retrived from http://www.philanthropy.com/free/articles/v17/i22/22003301.htm.

Diamond, A. quoted by Johnson, L.K. and Reeder, J. (2005, July/August). Supplier focus: sexual harassment. SI Review.

Diamond, A. quoted by McCune, J. (2005, June/July). Serious business: getting your ideas noticed takes work. OfficePRO. Retrieved from http://www.iaap-hq.org/officepro/OParchive/JJ_05_CvrStory.pdf

Diamond, A. quoted by Weimers, L. (2005, April 15). CEO’s lament: Creative ideas just aren’t bubbling up. The Mercury News. Retrieved from http://www.mercurynews.com/mld/mercurynews/11401096.htm.

Diamond, A. quoted by Bontrager, K. (2005, April). Using effective rewards and recognition. Veterinary Economics.

Diamond, A. quoted by Greenspan, R. (2005, March 21). Looking and acting the part: Present yourself as a winning executive. CareerSmart Advisor. 

Diamond, A. (2005, March 9). PR lessons from Fiorina’s fall: Employees come first. Quoted in PR News.

Diamond, A. (2005, February). Exit interviews need not be end of employment. Quoted in ADA Compliance Guide. Americans with Disabilities Act.

Diamond, A. quoted by Troiano, L.R. (2005, January 1). Right person, right job. TherapyTimes.com. Retrieved from http://www.therapytimes.com/0202rightjob.

Diamond, A. quoted by Kroll, K.M. (2005). Going with your gut. Small Business Success.

Diamond, A. (2005). Start burning body fat now. Quoted in Bridgeport Machine Tool.

Diamond, A. quoted by Lebeau, M. (2005). Reality isn’t matching graduates’ dreams. NACE/JobWeb. Retrieved from http://www.ccp.edu.

Diamond, A. quoted by McCune, J.C. (2005). Corporate good deeds pay off. Bankrate.com. Retrieved from http://www.bankrate-small-business.com

Diamond, A. (2005). Cupid in the cubicle? The debate goes on. Quoted in GreyStone Staffing. Retrieved from http://wl.peer360.com/b/p8VdUzrx3P6U9gK9e8N3/article.asp?MID=152848.

Diamond, A. quoted by McCormack, J. (2004, September/October). Exit interviews: Proceed with caution and courtesy. CMA Today.

Diamond, A. Finding your way. Quoted in The Last Job Search Guide You'll Ever Need. Retrieved from http://www.collegerecruiter.com/pages/books/jobsearch/jobsearch23.php.

Diamond, A. quoted by Henricks, M. (2004, August 12). Don't start a business just to flee a bad boss. TAOnline.com. Retrieved from http://taonline.com/WSJArticles/DisplayArticle.asp?ID=223.

Diamond, A. quoted by Henricks, M. (2004, August 12). Don't start a business just to flee a bad boss. CareerJournal.com. Retrieved from http://www.careerjournal.com/myc/survive/20040812-henricks.html.

Diamond, A. quoted by Frase-Blune, M. (2004, August). Making exit interviews work: Properly collected and analyzed data can provide valuable insight into employees’ attitudes. HR Magazine. Retrieved from http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m3495/is_8_49/ai_n6171144.

Diamond, A. quoted by Henricks, M. (2004, July 28). Don't start a business just to flee a bad boss. StartupJournal.com. Retrieved from http://www.startupjournal.com/columnists/startuplifestyle/20040728-lifestyle.html.

Diamond, A. quoted by Penttila, C. (2004, April). Out with the "in": If you want happy, harmonious employees, it's time to kick those workplace cliques to the curb. Entrepreneur. Retrieved from http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/0,4621,314758,00.html.

Diamond, A. quoted by Tanner, S. (2004, March 5). Ethical dilemma: Some companies adopting policies that help workers handle crises of conscience on the job. Silicon Valley Biz Ink. (Column: Lifestyles: Closeup).

Diamond, A. quoted by Feeney, S.A. (2004, February). Love contracts can head off suits. Workforce Management. Retrieved from http://www.workforceonline.com/section/09/feature/23/62/31/236233.html.

Diamond, A. (2004, February). When office love goes bad. quoted in Workforce Management. Retrieved from http://www.swlearning.com/management/hrm_news/rights_0304_001.html.

Diamond, A. quoted by Dvornikova, O. (2004, January 5). Here today, gone tomorrow—Simple ways to rid your workplace of absences. RT Image.

Diamond, A. quoted by Santana, J. (2003, December 15). Part II—How HR can help IT project managers to transcend the limitations of scientific project management tools. HR.com. Retrieved from http://www.hr.com.

Diamond, A. quoted by Martin, M. (2003, October 27). Tips for giving your boss bad news. ZDNet China. Retrieved from http://www.iteer.net/

Diamond, A. quoted by Greenwood, A. (2003, October 27). Wanted: Classified employment ads that bring the best job candidates. RT Image. Retrieved from http://www.rt-image.com.

Diamond, A. quoted by Troiano, L.R. (2003, October 27). Right person, right job. RT Image.

Diamond, A. quoted by Martin, M. (2003, October 27). Tips for giving your boss bad news. ZDNet China. Retrieved from http://zdnet.com.cn/biztech/enterprise_manage/story/0,2000096154,39148401,00.htm.

Diamond, A. quoted by Santana, J. (2003, October 14). Eight soft steps for avoiding hard project failures. Manage I.T. Newsletter. Retrieved from http://www.joesantana.com/tip10.html.

Diamond, A. quoted by Mundt, H. (2003, September/October). Manager in the middle. Vows: The Bridal & Wedding Business Journal. (Column: Solutions: Personnel).

Diamond, A. (2003, August 25). Formalizing feedback. Quoted in American Medical News. Retrieved from www.ama-assn.org/amednews/2003/08/25/bisa0825.htm.

Diamond, A. quoted by McCann, M. (2003, July 22). Business etiquette: Five career transgressions. The Global Business Café. Retrieved from http://www.globalbusinesscafe.com.

Diamond, A. quoted by Devries, H. (2003, July 9). The psychology of selling intangibles. San Diego Daily Transcript. Retrieved from http://www.sddt.com/Commentary.

Diamond, A. quoted by Wiesendanger, B. (2003, July/August). You got a problem with that? Selling Power.

Diamond, A. quoted by Young, D. (2003, June 16). Leave on a good note by making the most of your exit interview  TechRepublic. Retrieved from http://www.morganhoward.com.

Diamond, A. quoted by Young, D. (2003, June 6). Don’t let staff leave you without an exit interview. ZDNet UK. Retrieved from http://insight.zdnet.co.uk/business/employment/0,39020484,2135716,00.htm.

Diamond, A. quoted by Young, D. (2003, June 6). Don’t let staff leave you without an exit interview. TechRepublic. Retrieved from http://morganhoward.com/live/mediahits/exitinterview.htm.

Diamond, A. quoted by Martin, M. (2003, May  27). Tips for giving your boss bad news. ZDNet Australia. Retrieved from http://www.zdnet.com.au/insight/0,39023731,20274707,00.htm.

Diamond, A. quoted by Martin, M. (2003, May 19). Tips for giving your boss bad news. TechRepublic. Retrieved from http://techrepublic.com.com/5100-1035_11-1058039.html.

Diamond, A. quoted by Stich, S. (2003, March 4). Think happy, live happy—How to love your life every day. Woman’s Day. (Column: You/Well-Being).

Diamond, A. quoted by Lebeau, M. (2003, January). No job at graduation? Make the “mean time” pay off. University of Iowa Career Center newsletter. Retrieved from  http://www.careers.uiowa.edu/newsletter/JanuaryIssue4.pdf.

Diamond, A. quoted by Krotz, J.L. (2003). Why entrepreneurs can’t manage. BusinessTrainingMedia.com. Retrieved from http://www.business-marketing.com/store/article3.html.

Diamond, A. quoted by Semas, J.H. (2003). Taking off from the hi-tech grind. Authors Guild. Retrieved from http://www.members.authorsguild.net/jsemas/work5.htm

Diamond, A. quoted by Kroll, K.M. (2002, December 30). Surviving a downsizing: How treasurers can help their departments move forward. Treasury Point. Retrieved fromhttp://www.TreasuryPoint.com.

Diamond, A. quoted by Lebeau, M. (2002, December 30). No job at graduation? Make the “mean time” pay off. Jobweb. National Association of Colleges and Employers. Retrieved from http://www.jobweb.com/Resources/Library/on_the_job/No_job_at_graduation_183_01.htm.

Diamond, A. quoted by Krotz, J.L. (2002, December 30). Why entrepreneurs can’t manage. Microsoft bCentral. Retrieved from http:\\www.bcentral.com.

Diamond, A. quoted by Gunn, E. (2002, October 9). Why appearance matters in a post-50 job search. TAOnline.com. Retrieved from http://taonline.com/WSJArticles/DisplayArticle.asp?ID=36.

Diamond, A. quoted by Gunn, E. (2002, October 8). Why appearance matters in a post-50 job search. CareerJournal.com. Retrieved from http://www.careerjournal.coml.

Diamond, A. quoted by Kroll, K. (2002, October). Sounding off on outsourcing. Building Operating Management. Retrieved from www.facilitiesnet.com.

Diamond, A. quoted by Labetti, K.S. (2002, September). Giving back (to employees) through community incentives. Potentials.

Diamond, A. (2002, September). At what age do kids begin making their own purchasing decisions? Quoted in Marketing to Kids Report.

Diamond, A. quoted by Harris, L. (2002, September). 5 job mistakes never to make. Ladies’ Home Journal.

Diamond, A. quoted by McCune, J.C. (2002, August 28). Dialing up better business. Bankrate.com. Retrieved from http://www.bankrate-small-business.com/smbiz/.

Diamond, A. quoted by McCune, J.C. (2002, August 28). 20 tips for handling customer calls. Bank Rate Monitor.

Diamond, A. quoted by Hopkins, J. (2002, August 16). Hiring for tech jobs fails to pick up, slowing recovery. Chicago Maroon.

Diamond, A. quoted by Hopkins, J. (2002, August 16). Hiring for tech jobs fails to pick up, slowing recovery. Yahoo! News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Hopkins, J. (2002, August 15). Technology employment expected to be growing. CED Magazine.

Diamond, A. quoted by Hopkins, J. (2002, August 15). Hiring for tech jobs fails to pick up, slowing recovery. USA Today.

Diamond, A. quoted by Hopkins, J. (2002, August 15). Hiring for tech jobs fails to pick up. Ecommerce Times.

Diamond, A. quoted by Hopkins, J. (2002, August 15). Hiring for tech jobs fails to pick up. Broadbandweek.com. Retrieved from http://www.broadbandweek.com/news/020812/020815_telecom_jobs.htm.

Diamond, A. quoted by Hopkins, J. (2002, August 15). Hiring for tech jobs fails to pick up. Wireless NewsFactor.

Diamond, A. quoted by Hopkins, J. (2002, August 15). Hiring for tech jobs fails to pick up, slowing recovery. Omnibus Online.

Diamond, A. quoted by Hopkins, J. (2002, August 15). Hiring for tech jobs fails to pick up, slowing recovery. Res Ipsa Loquitur.

Diamond, A. quoted by Hopkins, J. (2002, August 9). Hiring for tech jobs fails to pick up, slowing recovery. CED Magazine.

Diamond, A. quoted by McCune, J.C. (2002, August 7). Charity begins at work. Bank Rate Monitor.

Diamond, A. quoted by Kitts, K. (2002, August). Changing careers in a changing economy. Employment Review.

Diamond, A. quoted by Kadet, A. (2002, July 16). Back from the brink: Recovering from mistakes. Smart Money. (Column: Working: Taking charge of your career). Retrieved from http://www.smartmoney.com/consumer/index.cfm?story=working-august02.

Diamond, A. quoted by Jackson, C. (2002, July 15). What women want: How to attract more to your door. American Medical News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Rafferty, H.R. (2002, July). An elastic work force drives profits. Small Business Roundup Newsletter.

Diamond, A. quoted by Fitzgerald, J. (2002, June 26). Older women changing the face of the workplace. Orlando Sentinel.

Diamond, A. quoted by Thomas, K.Q. (2002, June 17). Working clothes getting hard for women to find. Orange County Business Journal.

Diamond, A. quoted by Thomas, K.Q. (2002, June 14). Working clothes getting hard for women to find. Rochester Business Journal.

Diamond, A. quoted by Thomas, K.Q. (2002, June 14). Working clothes getting hard for women to find. Ladies’ Home Journal.

Diamond, A. quoted by Fitzgerald, J. (2002, June 12). A new take on ‘retirement’. Chicago Tribune.

Diamond, A. quoted by Segal, E. (2002, May 4). Adopting good causes can promote your firm. Wall Street Journal. Retrieved from  Http://www.startupjournal.com/columnists/marketing/20020424-segal.html.

Diamond, A. quoted by Jerrard, J. (2002, May). A house divided: 6 steps to eliminating the “us vs. them” mentality with your agency. EMS Manager and Supervisor.

Diamond, A. quoted by Temple, J. (2002, April 10). What goes up can come down—Workers find ‘variable pay’ has a flip side: It can fall. San Francisco Business Times. (Column: WorkLife).

Diamond, A. quoted by Kercheval, N. (2002, March 23). Roche ok’s five-year deal that takes him out of commission—But allows the young tenants at the UMBC incubator to take advantage of his entrepreneurial spirit. The Daily Record.

Diamond, A. quoted by Martin, W.E. (2002, March). Get personal to build relationships. Business Asset.

Diamond, A. quoted by Naylor, S. (2002, January 9). Learn something new—Get back to the classroom and improve your life. Woman’s Day. (Column: Your Life).

1990s

Diamond, A. quoted by Sherri Eng (1998, March 15). How to deal with a boss who's a pain. Reporter-News.com. Retrieved from http://texnews.com/1998/biz/boss0315.html.

Diamond, A. quoted by Eng, S. (1998, February 10). Bad bosses: You can’t work with them—or can you? San Jose Mercury News. (Column: Getting Ahead).

Diamond, A. quoted by Eng, S. (1997, September 3). Who will step in? (Topic: succession planning). San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Semas, J. (1997, August 22). Company security open to inside, outside hackers. Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal.

Diamond, A. quoted by Semas, J.H. (1997, July). Ethics: Gateway’s exec’s principled stand is a model for building worker loyalty. Software Careers.

Diamond, A. quoted by Eng, S. (1997, June 23). How to avoid missteps on climb from peer to boss. San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. (1997, Summer). San Carlos permit streamlining project shows results. Quoted in Joint Venture: Silicon Valley.

Diamond, A. quoted by Eng, S. (1997, February 12). Making meetings productive. San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Harper, W. (1997, January 30). Legal rub. (Topic: massage therapy). Metro.

Diamond, A. quoted by Semas, J.H. (1996, December). Trivializing others is discrimination—even when it’s unintentional. The Personnel News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Semas, J.H. (1996, September). Trivializing others is discrimination. (E.E.O special feature). High Technology Careers magazine. 

Diamond, A. quoted by Kane, J. (1996, June 3). Despite widespread cutbacks, valley employment is strong. Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal.

Diamond, A. quoted by Schmitz, T. (1996, March 31). Begging law strikes a chord. San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Green, L. (1996, February 17). Alternatives to school paddle. San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Green, L. (1995, September 15). When men, women work together. San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Kleiman, C. (1995, March 12). How to reduce level of stress while on the job. San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Rafferty, C. (1993, May 16). The damage done (Topic: sexual harassment); Stop suits before they multiply. (Sidebar). San Jose Mercury News—West Magazine.

Diamond, A. quoted by Weimers, L. (1992, November 9). It’s quite a long way to travel for a taste of home, comrades. (Topic: women in the workplace). San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Chan, D. (1992, August 19). Chamber group has lunch over sexual harassment. Valley Journal.

Diamond, A. quoted by Whetzel, O. (1992, June 10). Use of Moffett Field. San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Allerton, H. (1992, February). Respect. Training & Development. (Column: Working Life).

Diamond, A. quoted by Murray, J. (1991, September). Nobody treats me with respect. Southern Alameda County Explorer. Southern Alameda County Dental Society.

Diamond, A. quoted by Weimers, L. (1991, July 26). About breaking down the walls of fear and hate. San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by O’Brian, D. (1991, June 23). Overt or subtle harassment assumes many forms. San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Nolte, C. (1991, May 30). No politics like office politics. San Francisco Chronicle.

Diamond, A. quoted by Busico, M. (1990, February 13). Cupid’s Clutch. San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Dillon, P. (1990, February 5). About protecting individual rights. San Jose Mercury News.

1980s

Diamond, A. quoted by Barr, H.B. (1988, November). Communicating in a technical environment. The Probe. Signetics.

Diamond, A. quoted by Kildow, J. (1988, February). Communicating in an engineering dominated culture. BPAA Prose. San Diego Business Professional Advertising Association.

Diamond, A. quoted by Wakefield, H., & Underwager, R. (1988). Accusations of child sexual abuse. (Several chapters). Vancouver, WA: Chas. C. Thomas, publisher.

Diamond, A. quoted by Miller, B. (1985, September 15). Zealotry has its own victims. San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by McCabe, M. (1984, September 14). Steering clear of knocks along road of no return. (Topic: auto trouble & women alone). San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by McCabe, M. (1984, May 9). Self-esteem, self-help. San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by McCabe, M. (1984, May 9). How’s your self-esteem? (Sidebar). San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Wolfson, J. & Early, D. (1984, April 25). An earthquake’s devastating toll on emotions. San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Stovall, C. (1984, April 19). Fear of school not feigned, experts say. (Topic: school phobia). San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Rosenthal, D. (1984, March 23). Experts say “nuts” to courtroom drama. San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Seff, M.K. (1983, January 2). 1984: How close is it? (Topic: conformity in the schools). San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Seff, M.K. (1982, August 19). Getting psyched. (Topic: pros and cons of psychic counseling). San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Phillips, M. (1982, April 14). The experts analyze the food fetishes. San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Seff, M.K. (1982, January 24). Who says it takes two to tango? California Today—San Jose Mercury News. (Column: Single Lifestyle).

Diamond, A. quoted by Seff, M.K. (1981, May 31). Woman/girl: suicide. California Today—San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Seff, M.K. (1981, May 10). What ever happened to the California girl? (Topic: the changing shape of the California woman). California Today—San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Seff, M.K. (1981, May). Negotiate, negotiate. (Topic: negotiating with your teenager). San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Calvert, C. (1981, January 25). It’s a struggle even to stay even. San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Johnson, M. (1980, December 31). Most intimate day can be loneliest. (Topic: New Year’s Eve & depression). San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Ager, S. (1980, March 8). What’s beneath the pyramids? (Topic: recession-weary people try for a quick buck). San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Seff, M.K. (1980, February 17). Mothers without children (Topic: paternal custody). California Today—San Jose Mercury News.

1970s

Diamond, A. quoted by Sarasohn, C. (1978, October 29). Trick or threat (psychology of it). San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Seff, M.K. (1978, September 4). Everybody loves a clone. (Topic: teenagers’ need to conform). San Jose Mercury News.

Diamond, A. quoted by Seff, M.K. (1978, June 18). Fathers (Topic: weekend father visitation and “Disneyland Dad Syndrome”). San Jose Mercury News.


Publications—Articles written about ArLyne Diamond, Ph.D.

(partial listing)

Cavin, P. (1998, Summer). ArLyne Diamond, Ph.D.: A caring colorful dynamo. Women’s Connection.

Williams, L.W., CPA. (1997, December). Finding help when you need it. The Tax Advisor.


Presentations, Seminars, Speeches and Workshops

(partial listing)

Attorneys & Mental Health Professionals

The Charles R. Garry Trial Advocacy Conference

Intra communications Seminars, Portland, ME, 1986

Managing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: People and Process

A talk for attorneys pressured to have a very sophisticated understanding of the law,

San Mateo Bar Association, San Mateo, CA, 1995

Preparing Child Abuse Cases for Attorneys & Mental Health Professionals

Trial Advocacy Conference, Maine

California Attorneys for Criminal Justice, San Francisco, CA

California Attorneys for Criminal Justice, Santa Cruz, CA

Boards of Directors

Care and Maintenance of Boards of Directors, CEO Leadership Forum of Silicon Valley, 2004

Hiring and Firing Your CEO, National Association of Corporate Directors, 2004

Board of Directors Training

Silicon Valley Engineering Council (SVEC), March 1997

Open MPEG Consortium, Mountain View, CA, 1995

CSEA, 1987

Board and Leadership Training for Synagogues

Union of American Hebrew Congregations

Over 30 trainings from 1994 to 1998

Board of Directors—A Common Mission

Delegation—Not Abrogation

Enhancing Communication Skills in the Boardroom

Goal Setting for the Service Organization

Group Problem-Solving and Decision Making

Leadership Styles, Development and Effectiveness

Strategic Planning

Succession Planning

Child Sexual Abuse

Child Abuse Assessment, Reporting and Treatment, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA, 1987

Child Sexual Abuse, Professional training, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA, 1987

Investigation and Trial Preparation in Child Sexual Abuse Cases,

Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Department, Evansville, IN, 1988

Women Who Abuse Their Children,

Dept of Psychiatry, Good Samaritan Hospital, San Jose, CA, 1988

Fun and Supportive Help for the Woman Doctor Who Is Juggling It All

Advanced professional practice seminars, Diamond Associates, San Jose, CA, 1991

The Private Practitioner Who Must Also Administer His or Her Practice

Advanced professional practice seminars, Diamond Associates, San Jose, CA, 1991

A Rational Approach to Child Abuse Evaluations

California Attorneys for Criminal Justice, San Francisco, CA

Joint Custody Workshop

American Psychology-Law Society presentation, Santa Clara County, CA

Mediation: Issues of Custody & Visitation

American Psychology-Law Society presentation, Santa Clara County, CA

Preparing Child Abuse Cases for Attorneys & Mental Health Professionals

Trial Advocacy Conference, Maine

California Attorneys for Criminal Justice, San Francisco, CA

California Attorneys for Criminal Justice, Santa Cruz, CA

The Emperor’s New Clothes—Child Sexual Abuse Evaluations

Vocal Conference

California Attorneys for Criminal Justice, Monterey, CA

Child Sexual Abuse: Evaluation & Treatment of Both Victims and Offenders

Understanding Testimony About Child Molestation

Enhancing Your Communication Skills

Hypnosis As an Aid to the Defense Attorney

Respect: Gaining, Keeping, and Giving It

The Psychologist and the Lawyer: The Difference Between the Soft Chair & the Hard Chair

Understanding Testimony About Child Molestation Resolving Customer and Workplace Conflict

Consulting to Other Professionals

Own Your Own Business So It Doesn’t Own You, Professional development workshop, 2006

Consultants Dealing With Different Difficult People, 2005

Marketing and Selling Professional Services, 2005

Be Powerfully Persuasive Workshop, Reason Foundation Workshop, 2004

Working with People from All Cultures/in All Countries

Some Advice on Dealing with Clients, Several professional associations, 2004

Professional Practice Roundtable—monthly workshop, 2002 - Present

Consulting “Par Excellence”

A series of workshops on business marketing and development, 2004

Evaluations and Professional Conduct

Department of Occupational Therapy, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA, 1977

Custody Evaluation Training for Probation Departments, El Centro County, CA, 1979

Legal and Ethical Considerations for the Therapist/Counselor

University of Santa Clara, Santa Clara, CA, 1980

The Counselor/Therapist and the Legal Community

University of Santa Clara, Santa Clara, CA, 1980

Understanding and Appreciating Psychological Testing and Testimony

University of Santa Clara, School of Law, Santa Clara, CA, 1981

The Predication of Dangerousness, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA, 1982

Child Sexual Abuse, Professional training, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA, 1987

Communicating with the Engineer

For business and professional advertising agencies

San Diego, CA, 1988

San Jose, CA, 1987

Investigation and Trial Preparation in Child Sexual Abuse Cases

Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Department, Evansville, IN, 1988

Women Who Abuse Their Children

Department of Psychiatry, Good Samaritan Hospital, San Jose, CA, 1988

Decision Making Tree & Guidelines for Evaluating and Responding to

Allegations in Disputed Custody and Visitation Cases

Grant proposal, presented to American Psychology-Law Society, 1988

For the Private Practitioner Who Must Also Administer His or Her Own Practice

Advanced professional practice seminars, Diamond Associates, 1991

For Tax Experts: Reducing the Trauma of Tax Season

Advanced professional practice seminars, Diamond Associates, 1991

Community Relations for the Teacher, Administrator, Educational Staff Member, 1994

Business Diplomacy in an Era of Multiculturalism

Local 535 Service Employees International, 1995

Making the Transition from Formal Engineer or Scientist to Consultant

North America Taiwanese Engineers’ Association, Annual Meeting, Milpitas, CA, 1996

Diversity Workshop for Criminal Justice Faculty: Preparing Criminal Justice Professionals for Employment in a Heterogeneous Workplace and Community

Administration of Justice, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA, 1997

Successful Business, Marketing, Development and Customer Retention

ASME Small Business Forum, Nov. 9, 2000

Decision Making

Decision Making Tree & Guidelines for Evaluating and Responding to Allegations in Disputed Custody and Visitation Cases, Grant proposal, 1988

Group Problem Solving and Decision-Making

Executive Volunteer Leadership Institute, University of Judaism, Los Angeles, CA, 1997

Goal Setting for the Service Organization

Diversity

Breaking Down the Walls of Fear and Hate

A series of seven programs. Jewish Community Center, Santa Clara University,

Santa Clara, CA, 1991

Diversity, Harassment and Discrimination, Giurlani, USA, 1993

Diversity with a Difference

California Association of Regional Occupational Centers and Programs, 1994

Diversity Workshop for Criminal Justice Faculty: Preparing Criminal Justice Professionals for Employment in a Heterogeneous Workplace and Community

Administration of Justice, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA, 1997

Allowing Diversity in Corporate America Requires Acceptance of Differences

Diversity in Dispute Resolution

Managing a Diverse Workforce

Engineering

Communicating with the Engineer

For business and professional advertising agencies

San Jose, CA, 1987

San Diego, CA, 1988 

Evaluation

Evaluations and Professional Conduct

Department of Occupational Therapy, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA, 1977

Child Abuse Assessment, Reporting and Treatment

San Jose State University, San Jose, CA, 1987

Decision Making Tree & Guidelines for Evaluating and Responding to

Allegations in Disputed Custody and Visitation Cases

Grant proposal, 1988

A Rational Approach to Child Abuse Evaluations

California Attorneys for Criminal Justice—San Francisco, CA

The Emperor’s New Clothes—Child Sexual Abuse Evaluations, Vocal Conference

Employee Interviewing and Evaluation

Evaluating Executives for the Management Team

Psychological Assessment Techniques for the O.T.

Psychological Evaluations for Mental Health Professionals

Occupational Therapists Understanding Psychological Evaluations

For Men Only: About Working with Women Today, 1991

For Men Only: Understanding Women in Management, 1991

Women in Construction, 1994

Gender Issues

Men and Women Together in the Workplace, 1980

He/She Understanding the Differences

Men and Women—Understanding Each Other

Women in Fire Service

See also Sexual Harassment

Growth and Personal/Professional Development

Own Your Own Business So It Doesn’t Own You, Professional development workshop, 2006

Transformation for Success, CSIX speech, 2006

Balancing for Success in Work and Life (speech), 2005

Staying Up During Downtimes, CSIX speech, 2005

Be Powerfully Persuasive Workshop, Research Foundation workshop, 2004

Developing & Maintaining Self-Esteem

Santa Clara Parents Nursery School, Inc., Santa Clara, CA, 1977

A Personal-Social Growth Workshop

Abaco Albury Adventure (a weeklong sailboat therapy retreat)

Adult Growth 

Adult Therapy Groups

Are You Too Good for Your Own Good?

Be a Star, Not a Star Polisher

Breaking Out of Your Shell

Building Self-Esteem in Children

Coping with Aging

Day of Self-Hypnosis, Imagery & Relaxation

Divorce: What Are Your Options?

Establishing and Maintaining Growth-Supporting Relationships

Fully Actualized Woman (The)

How to Be Afraid and Have Fun Anyway

How to Understand Your Money

Hypnosis Training

Is Your Home a Haven?

Loneliness

Love: Reality or Illusion?

Marital Ups and Downs and How to Deal with Them

My Mother/Myself

Occupational Therapists Understanding Psychological Evaluations

Process and Problems of Separation & Divorce

Psychological Assessment Techniques for the O.T.

Psychology As a Career

Psychotherapist and Occupational Therapist

Raising Your Parents (for Teenagers)

Respect—Nobody Treats Me with Respect

Sex Questions (for Teenagers)

Sexuality and Intimacy in Later Years

Shyness

Teenage Therapy Group

Transitions

Triangles

Weight Warriors

Interviewing & Expert Witness Consulting

Investigation and Trial Preparation in Child Sexual Abuse Cases

Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Department, Evansville, IN, 1988

Management

Cultural Differences in Meetings, Client workshop, 2006

Goal Setting and Time Management,Client workshop, 2006

Management Workshop for Managing Work in Rapidly Changing Cultures

(3 CEOs in 3 years), Client workshop, 2006

Managing Meetings, Client workshop, 2006

Own Your Own Business So It Doesn’t Own You, Professional Development Workshop, 2006

Managing for Creativity, 2005

Group Decision Making and Problem Solving, 2005

Working with People from All Cultures/in All Countries, 2005

Styles of Management, Client workshop, 2004

Six Sigma Basics, CEO Leadership Forum, 2004

Managing Your Board, CEO Leadership Forum, 2004

Management Training for Professional Growth & Succession Planning

A nine-month weekly program for GDA Technology, Inc., San Jose, CA, 2003 - 2004

Management Training Monthly Meetings, Samtrans, San Carlos, CA, 2002 - 2003

Board of Directors Training, CEO Leadership Forum of Silicon Valley, 2001 - 2004

Executive Team Development & Maintenance, CEO Leadership Forum of Silicon Valley, 2001 - 2004

Making Powerful Presentations, CEO Leadership Forum of Silicon Valley, 2001 - 2004

What it Takes to be A CEO, CEO Leadership Forum of Silicon Valley, 2001 - 2004

Motivation and Morale, CEO Leadership Forum of Silicon Valley, 2001 - 2004

Hypnosis as a Multi-Faceted Tool, Kiwanis Club, 1979

Committees—Their Purpose & Responsibilities, O’Connor Hospital, San Jose, CA, 1987

Manager of the ’90s, Employment Development Department, Oakland, CA, 1991

Managing the Business of Your Profession

Advanced professional practice seminars, Diamond Associates, 1991

Creating a Drug-Free Workplace, Black Mountain Spring Water, San Carlos, CA, 1992

Managing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace, Oakland East Bay Electric Club, Oakland, CA, 1992

Sexual Harassment: The Challenge of Finding Balance in the Workplace

San Jose State University, San Jose, CA, 1992

Strategies for Staying Up in a Down Economy, Employment Development Department, 1992

Understanding and Minimizing Sexual Harassment

Mission College Staff Development, Santa Clara, CA, 1992

Violence Against Women (panel), DeAnza College, Cupertino, CA, 1992

’90s Manager: Sensitive to Employee Relationships

Employment Development Department, 1992

Employer’s Advisory Council, San Jose, CA, 1993

Protecting the Employer and Employee in Changing Organizations

UC Santa Cruz Extension, 1993

Excellence in Leadership, Workshop, 1993

Resolving Workplace Conflict, SEIU Local 535 1995 Clerical Conference

Becoming Agents of Change for Simplifying and Working Smarter

Chamber of Commerce, Brisbane, CA, 1995

Homeward Bound—Adolescent Re-Entry Evaluating Program Effectiveness

Pre- and post-questionnaires

Managing for Creativity, A series of corporate workshops, 1998

Marketing, Quarterly Workshops for SCORE, 1997 - 1998

Consultants’ Barriers to Success, International Management Consultants, 1998

Creative Recruitment and Retention in a Competitive Environment

Employee Relations Institute: League of California Cities, Monterey, CA, January 2001

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Are We Really Who We Say We Are?

Board of Directors—A Common Mission

Career Development/Change/ Path Conflict Resolution

Conflicting Needs of Production and Sales (The Sometimes)

Constructive Ongoing Corrections

Cooperation vs. Competition Internally

Cultural Expectations, Understanding Management

Customer Service Means an Attitude for Helpfulness

Defusing Difficult Interactions

Delegation—Not Abrogation

Discrimination Destroys Divisions

Enhancing Communication Skills in the Boardroom

Ethics, Integrity, Etiquette, and Corporate Culture

Excellence Is an Attitude of Quality

Eyes of the Beholder: Harassment/Discrimination (The)

For Men Only: Understanding Women in Management

Front End (Teaching) vs. Back End (Criticism) in Management & Problem Solving

Goal Setting for the Service Organization

Group Problem-Solving and Decision Making

Hiring, Interviewing, Motivating the Right People

Importance of Ethics and Reputation in Business (The)

Innovation and Creativity

Interviewing Skills 

Interviewing Techniques

Leadership Styles, Development and Effectiveness

Managing for Autonomy

Managing for Excellence

Marketing and Sales are Different Concepts

Meetings and Agenda Building

Men and Women—Understanding Each Other

Motivating and Focusing Employees for Increased Efficiency

Motivating and Focusing Employees for Increased Service

Motivation, Morale & Money in the Marketplace

People Decisions

Performance Appraisal and Goal Setting 

Philosophy Isn’t Just Another Buzz Word

Roles & Responsibilities in the Workplace

Speak Up Before You Explode

Strategic Planning

Strategies for Staying Up in a Down Time

Streamlining and Re-Engineering for Success

Stress Management and Reduction Through Understanding

Synergy in Executive Teams

Teaching Maximizes Performance

Team Development and Structure

Teasing Hurts

Two Components of Self-Esteem (The)

Two Professional Families

Understanding the Other Sand Box

What Does the Customer Really Want

What Happens Without Ethics

Women’s Issues in the Workplace

Workplace Healing

Mediation

Mediation: Issues of Custody & Visitation

American Psychology-Law Society presentation, Santa Clara County, CA

Professional Training and Development

Professional Practice Roundtable, 2002 - 2004

Psychology As a Career, William C. Overfelt High School, San Jose, CA, 1975

Psychology As a Career, Mitty High School, San Jose, CA, 1976

Building Self-Esteem in Children, Cambrian Parent Preschool, San Jose, CA, 1977

Evaluations and Professional Conduct

Department of Occupational Therapy, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA, 1977

Child Sexual Abuse, Professional Training, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA, 1987

Nobody Treats Me With Respect, Clemson University, 1992

Developing and Maintaining a Successful Private Practice for the Newly Career-Oriented Woman

People Decisions

Perfection or Excellence

Recession—Surviving It

Relocation—The Psychological/Family Issues

Respect: Gaining, Keeping, and Giving It

Training Program for Secretaries

Quality and Continuous Improvement

Focus, Awareness & Relaxation Help with Zero Defects, Signetics, Santa Clara, CA, 1984

Motivating and Focusing Employees for Increased Service

Chamber of Commerce, Morgan Hill, CA, and Santa Clara, CA, 1992

Relationships

Establishing and Maintaining Growth-Supporting Relationships

St. Ann’s Singles, Palo Alto, CA, 1976

Training Your Parents to Understand, Mitty High School, San Jose, CA, 1977

Marriage and the Family, San Jose City College, San Jose, CA, 1978

Relationships, Future Think, San Jose City College, San Jose, CA, 1978

Sexuality and Intimacy in Later Years

Senior Adult Services, San Jose Parks and Recreation, San Jose, CA, 1979

The Battering Relationship

Department of Psychiatry, Good Samaritan Hospital, San Jose, CA, 1988

The Resurgence of Hate in the ’90s, San Jose West Rotary, San Jose, CA, 1991

How to Dialogue with Family,    Employment Development Department, ProMatch, Sunnyvale, CA, 1992

Let Your Colors Shine Through, Image As a Reflection of Self, 1992

Adult Growth

Adult Therapy Groups

Establishing and Maintaining Growth-Supporting Relationships

How to Be Afraid and Have Fun Anyway

Is Your Home a Haven?

Marital Ups and Down and How to Deal with Them

Process and Problems of Separation & Divorce (The)

Sex and Intimacy in Later Years

Shyness

Transitions

Triangles

Sexual Harassment

’90s Manager: Sensitive to Employee Relationships, EDD, Berkeley, CA, 1991

Managing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Santa Clara Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitors Bureau, 1982

Oakland East Bay Electric Club, Oakland, CA, 1992

San Mateo Bar Association, San Mateo, CA, 1995

How to Handle Discrimination or Sexual Harassment by Your Employer, Friend, or Neighbor

Santa Clara County, CA, Social Services Agency, 1992

Sexual Harassment: Changing Legal and Social Norms,

Chamber of Commerce, Sunnyvale, CA, 1992

Sexual Harassment: The Challenge of Finding Balance in the Workplace

San Jose State University, San Jose, CA, 1992

Understanding and Minimizing Sexual Harassment,

Mission College Staff Development, Santa Clara, CA, 1992

Diversity, Harassment and Discrimination, Giurlani, USA, 1993

How to Avoid and Identify Sexual Harassment, Perimeter Security & Sound, Inc., San Jose, CA

Sexual Harassment and Changing Social & Legal Issues

See also Gender Issues

Stress

Hypnosis—Stress Reduction, Kiwanis Club, Cambrian Chapter, San Jose, CA, 1981

Focus—Awareness and Relaxation, Signetics, Sunnyvale, CA, 1984

The Stress of Tax Season, MAP Committee of CPA Association, 1988

Staying Up During Hard Times

Employment Development Department, ProMatch, Sunnyvale, CA, 1992

Emergency Room Stress—Staff & Physicians

Sacramento Medical Center, Sacramento, CA

Good Samaritan Hospital, Los Gatos, CA

Make Your Life Less Stressful, Hadassah, San Jose, CA

Stress—And Stress Related Topics

American Association of University Women

Toastmasters

Kiwanis

Hadassah

(and innumerable other organizations in the past)

Stress in the Emergency Room—Patients Knowing What to Expect

Sacramento Medical Center, Sacramento, CA

Managing and Minimizing Stress

Reducing Unnecessary Stress

Understanding Your Own Stress Triggers—and How to Reduce Them


Teams (Groups)

The Occupational Therapist & the Psychologist As a Team

San Jose State University, San Jose, CA, 1976

A Personal-Social Growth Workshop

Abaco Albury Adventure (a weeklong sailboat therapy retreat)

Adult Growth Group

Adult Therapy Groups

Couples Group

Establishing and Maintaining Growth-Supporting Relationships

Psychotherapist and Occupational Therapist Teams

Weight Warriors

Women

Be the Best You Can Be

Planning for Profitability, Women in Consulting, 2006

Handling of Stress, American Association of University Women, Sunnyvale, CA, 1979

The Battering Relationship 

Department of Psychiatry, Good Samaritan Hospital, San Jose, CA, 1988

Women Who Abuse Their Children

Department of Psychiatry, Good Samaritan Hospital, San Jose, CA, 1988

Fun and Supportive Help for the Woman Doctor Who Is Juggling It All

Advanced professional practice seminars, Diamond Associates, San Jose, CA, 1991

Nobody Treats Me with Respect

Professional Development for Women Conference, Clemson University, 1992

Violence Against Women (panel), DeAnza College, Cupertino, CA, 1992

Women in the ’90s: A Status Update: The Glass Ceiling—Backlash—Harassment, 1993

Women in Construction, 1994

Are You Too Good for Your Own Good? 

Soroptimists, San Jose, CA, June 18, 1997

American Business Women’s Association, Several Chapters, 1997 - 1998

Be a Star Instead of a Star Polisher:
Strategies for Corporate Success for Women in the Workplace
American Business Women’s Association, several chapters, 1997 - 1998

Men & Women Volunteering Together, Silicon Valley B’nai Brith, San Jose, CA, June 26, 1997

Fully Actualized Woman (The)

My Mother/Myself

Women’s Issues in the Workplace