Published Works

Publications & Training Designs by Jeanne Baer

For decades, Jeanne’s articles have been published in newsletters, journals, and books around the country. The following list represents her more substantive contributions.  Almost all of these are available for purchase online or from your favorite local bookseller.

Books:

Success Simplified: Simple Solutions, Measurable Results, published by Insight Publishing, 2011. This book is an anthology by Jeanne Baer, Dr. Stephen Covey, Dr. Tony Alessandra, and other business leaders. Ask Jeanne about quantity discounts.

You Can’t Do It All: Effective Delegation Skills for Supervisors, published by American Media Inc. in 1999.

Web-based Training Courses:

You Can’t Do It All: Effective Delegation Skills for Supervisors, produced by Provant, Inc. in 2001.

Full-length Training Program Designs:

“Breakthrough Learning” course, published in Twenty Active Training Programs, Vol. III, edited by Mel Silberman, published by Pfeiffer International in 1997.

Contributions to Books (presented from most to least recent):

“Checklists and Buddies for New Employees” in Creative Employee Onboarding Programs, edited by Doris M. Sims, published by McGraw-Hill in 2010.

“Tips for Hiring and Managing Breakthrough Thinkers,” in The 2006 ASTD Learning and Organization Development Sourcebook.

“26 Employee Learning Opportunities that Increase Performance and Motivation,” in The 2006 ASTD Training and Performance Sourcebook.

“Eleven Methods for Getting Team Meetings Moving Again,” in The 2005 McGraw-Hill Team and Organization Development Sourcebook.

“Ten Strategies to Help You Thrive in Turbulent Times,” in The 2004 McGraw-Hill Team and Organization Development Sourcebook.

“Strategies for Becoming Better Organized,”  in The 2004 McGraw-Hill Training and Performance Sourcebook.

“Thinking Positively,” in The Consultant’s Big Book of Organization Development Tools, published in 2003 by McGraw-Hill.

“Don’t Manage Meetings—Facilitate!”, in The 2003 McGraw-Hill Team and Organization Development Sourcebook.

“Eleven Ways to Get Teams Moving Again,” in The 2003 McGraw-Hill Team and Organization Development Sourcebook.

“Three Steps for Getting Your Big Idea Approved,” in The 2003 McGraw-Hill Training and Performance Sourcebook.

“A Manager’s Checklist: Helping New Employees Succeed,” in Creative Employee Orientation Programs, edited by Doris M. Sims, published by McGraw-Hill in 2002.

“Creating a Team-Building Olympics,” in The Consultant’s Toolkit, edited by Mel Silberman, published by McGraw-Hill in 2001.

“Bolster Your Brainpower with Memory and Mind Mapping,” in The 1999 Pfeiffer International Annual, Volume 2: Consulting

“Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire,”  in The 1999 McGraw-Hill Training and Performance Sourcebook.

“Ten Tips for Leading Change,”  in The 1999 McGraw-Hill Team and Organization Development Sourcebook.

“The Magic of Memory- and Mind-Mapping,”  in The 1998 McGraw-Hill Training and Performance Sourcebook.

“Creating the Half-Full Glass: The Power of Positive Thinking,” in The 1997 McGraw-Hill Training and Performance Sourcebook.

“A Team-building Olympics: Let the Games Begin,” in The 1996 McGraw-Hill Team and Organization Development Sourcebook.

“How to Include Everyone in Developing a Mission Statement,” in The 1996 McGraw-Hill Team and Organization Development Sourcebook.

“Unlocking Creativity: A Puzzle Game,” in The 1996 McGraw-Hill Training and Performance Sourcebook.

Business-video reviews in A Critical Guide to Management Training Videos, published by Harvard Business School Press in 1996.

Business-video reviews in the Field Guide to Current Training Videos, published by Harvard Business School Press in 1995.

Business-video critiques composed as a contributing writer to Training Media Review, 1995-1999.

A chapter in Destination Marketing, edited by Richard Gartrell, published by the International Association of Convention and Visitor Bureaus (IACVB) in 1988.

Magazine Articles:

“Managing Smart” columns, aimed at supervisors and managers, published monthly in Strictly Business magazine and elsewhere, 1994-2013.

 

Jeanne has also been quoted and/or featured in the following publications: 

“Getting Organized,” by Crystal Wiebe in the Lincoln Journal-Star newspaper, Jan. 5, 2003.

Person to Person: Positive Relationships Don’t Just Happen, a textbook by Sharon L. Hanna, Ph.D., Prentice Hall, 2000 and 2003.     

Career Development by Design, a textbook by Sharon L. Hanna, Ph.D., Prentice Hall, 1998.

The Year 2000 and Beyond: Lincoln Women Leading the Way, by Mary Jane Nielsen, Dageforde Publishing, 1999.

Dreams for our Daughters, by Bonnie Allmon Coffey, Writer’s Showcase, 2000.

“The Best Way to Motivate Staff: Listen Up,” by Morey Stettner in Investor’s Business Daily, Nov. 13, 1996

“Training by Doing Gets Results Faster,” by Lars Anderson and John Barrette in the Lincoln Journal newspaper, July 16, 1993

“Lincolnite Helps Chrysler Teach Customer Service,” by Gene Kelly in the Lincoln Journal and Star, Aug. 30, 1992