Rosalie Chamberlain is a consultant, coach, speaker and author on leadership development, diversity and inclusion strategy, multicultural competency, team dynamics and building effective teams, with expertise in helping leaders manage and leverage diverse talent. She coaches executives and high potential professionals.
Rosalie brings unique experience and perspective to creating successful diversity and inclusion initiatives, based upon a 34-year foundation of the legal industry and corporate experience. She is a Cornell University ILR Certified Diversity Professional Advanced Practitioner (CCDP/AP). She was certified as a Roosevelt Thomas Consulting & Training (RTCT) Subject Matter Expert program, as well as the American Institute for Managing Diversity’s Diversity Leadership Academy, and is a member of the Center for Legal Inclusiveness, The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce and the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce. She has served as board member on both non-profit and association boards.
Given that work is often a major cause of stress, ABC News spoke to Rosalie Chamberlain, a consultant with expertise in maximizing productivity in the workplace and author of the book, “Conscious Leadership in the Workplace: A Guidebook to Making a Difference One Person at a Time.” Here are her top five tips for transforming stress:
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This article has some helpful tips for scheduling and coordinating vacation days. I was excited to have some of my comments included in this article on BBC.com. Click here for the full article.
A recent article in the Washington Post, titled Attacks on American Muslims are growing uglier by the day. It must Stop,” prompts me to ask the question, why does this keep happening, and yet escalating instead of getting better? It seems evident that recent events fuels fears of an unfamiliar culture.
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Pleased to be included in this Law360 article highlighting the importance of self-awareness and emotional intelligence for building trust. Click here for the full article.
Privilege – University of Colorado Law School, January 13, 2016, Boulder, CO
Exploring and Understanding the Impact of Implicit Bias, Mile High SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management), January 22, 2016, Denver, CO
Conscious Leadership in the Workplace – Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce, February 3, 2016, Denver, CO
Exploring and Understanding Unconscious Bias and how it shows up in the interviewing, hiring and evaluation process. – Charlotte Association of Legal Administrators, February 25, 2016, Charlotte, NC
Exploring Bias & “Microaggressions” – Turing School of Software & Design, February 12, 2016
Conscious Leadership in the Workplace – Center for Legal Inclusiveness Annual Summit, May 2, 2016, Denver , CO
This is a book where the title truly describes what you will find inside, a leader’s guide to be more conscious and aware so that we might make a real difference in the lives of those we lead. Rosalie’s approach to mindfulness and self-awareness is direct and candid, and pushes the reader to engage in the process of uncovering our leadership style on a deeper, more personal level. This is a must read for any leader who wants to move beyond the superficial level of ‘political correctness’ and connect with their direct reports and peers in an authentic way that will positively move an organization forward.” ~ Linda Newman, Leadership Development Consultant
Conscious Leadership in the Workplace is an excellent guidebook for those leaders who want to lead more effectively and achieve satisfaction in their lives and careers. As Chamberlain astutely points out, when leaders develop a higher level of consciousness and self awareness, they inspire others and serve as role models for growth. Clear and to the point, the book addresses blocks and behaviors that can impede conscious leadership and provides tools and exercises to increase success and enable reaching one’s potential.” ~ Bruce D Schneider, founder, Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC) and author of Energy Leadership
Rosalie Chamberlain’s book is a thoughtful and practical exploration of what it means to lead in today’s complex and hectic workplace. Written from the perspective that all of us are leaders regardless of the specific roles or titles we hold, this book serves as a guide for anyone and everyone who wants to lead in an inclusive and transformative way. It’s a great resource for those who want to start or deepen their journeys into their development as leaders!” ~ Dr. Arin N. Reeves, NEXTIONS
If you are thinking of becoming a leader in the workplace and would like to get a little closer with this topic, then this is going be a great read. The author created this book in a way that is easy to follow and understand. It is a lot of information to take in, but I did not feel bored or like a headache was coming on while getting through it. Cassandra McCann
Rosalie Chamberlain does a marvelous job in creating this guidebook for becoming a conscious leader. It is a ‘must have’ for any corporate library and a ‘must read’ for anyone aspiring to be a real leader. – John Renesch, author, “Conscious Leadership” and “The Conscious Organization.”
This book is about values. The kind of values that can make you a leader in the workplace. The ideas expressed in Rosalie’s book apply to just about anybody who has ever held a job. It’s a mini-course in bringing your best YOU to the job. The people who truly know themselves, are not ruffled if things don’t go exactly according to plan, can take criticism and see where it’s coming from, and still keep a smile on their face all day long – those people are the ones we pretty much gravitate to at work if we want advice or just need to vent. Those people are leaders. Those people get ahead. Those people probably read Rosalie’s book! Amazon Review by JerseyPeach
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