Publications

Additional Articles

  • (1983-1994). “Cooper’s Corner” monthly column, ASTD Torch.
  • (1989). “Training on Sexual Harassment,” Trainer’s Workshop, September-October, pp. 5-64.
  • (1987-1992). ASTD Torch articles:
    • The Revolution of Multimedia Training – Part III
    • The Revolution of Multimedia Training – Part II
    • The Revolution of Multimedia Training – Part l
    • Kinda Precise with IL, Honestly!
    • Bombs Away!” ASTD Torch
    • There Aren’t Any Paybacks
    • Trainer, Train Thyself
    • Please Come Back
    • Breaking Up Your Audience
    • The Classroom Activities Copout
    • No Bad Days, Rico!
    • The Train Bane
    • G.B. Shaw Put It Best
    • The Worst Part of Every Seminar
    • It Might Still Be a Lot Better Than We Think
    • The Malady No Trainer Will Talk About
  • (1987). “Memory Through Motivation,” IBM Directions, Summer, Page 25.
  • (1985). “Is Memory What You Forget With?” IBM SPD Management, 4:3, Summer, pp. 18-21.
  • (1985). “Unlocking the Doors to Decision Making,” IBM SPD Management, 4:2, Spring, pp. 11-13.
  • (1985).  “I’d Like to Offer You a Job,” IBM SPD Management, 4:1, Winter, pp. 12-15.
  • (1985). “Recognizing Sexual Harassment,” Management Review, August, pp. 54-55.
  • (1984). ”Body Talk,” IBM SPD Management, 3:3, Fall, pp. 20-21.
  • (1982). Book review of “Time Management for Executives,” St. Louis Business Journal, May 17.
  • (1980). “Body Language and the Insurance Professional,” Life Insurance Selling, 55: 6, June, pp. 32-40.
  • (1977). “Chart the productivity of your class before it starts,” Training, 14:12, December, page 11.
  • (1977). “Trainers Can Learn from TV Ads,” Training, 14:11, November, pp 69-71.
  • (1977). “For Trainers: Memory tips you can’t forget,” Training, 14:11, November, page 12.
  • (1977). “Those Qualified Applicants and their Phony Credentials,” Administrative Management, 37:8, August, pp. 45-46.
  • (1977). “Truths, Principles and Odds,” Women in Business,  September, page 2.
  • (1977). “Scoring Your Strokes,” Women in Business, May, page 2.
  • (1975-1976). “The Communicator” weekly column, Downtowner newspaper.

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