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As a columnist for Business Ethics Magazine, Gael covers the gamut of leadership issues. Columns can be found here
Gael O’Brien originated and wrote Entrepreneur Magazine’s The Ethics Coach column, answering entrepreneurs’ questions on how to respond to ethical dilemmas they were facing. Gael’s column can be found here
Gael co-authored Stepping Stones to Success (2010) with Deepak Chopra, Jack Canfield, Dennis Waitley and others. She identifies 10 leadership and communication strategies to help leaders prevent problems from escalating into crises, offering an effective way to manage the reputation asset of the company.
Society of Corporate Ethics and Compliance (SCCE) July 3, 2018 podcast “Gael O’Brien on Self Seal” interviewed by Adam Turteltaub – http://complianceandethics.org/gael-obrien-on-self-seal-podcast/
HCCA Compliance Today magazine, p. 13 “Loosening the grip of self-seal,” The Compliance and Ethics Blog, August 2018
“A Place at the Table: Should the Ethics Function Report to a Company’s Highest Authority?” Report A-O254-08 Executive Action Series, The Conference Board, January 2008.
“Do No Harm,” https://journalrecord.com/2014/04/25/obrien-do-no-harm-opinion/ The Journal Record, April 25, 2014
“Report: Penn St. officials concealed abuse”, Gael O’Brien interview on Minnesota Public Radio Minnesota Public Radio – https://www.mprnews.org/story/2012/07/12/daily-circuit-penn-state-report July 12, 2012
….Gael O’Brien is an expert in building trust and reputation based on shared values. She brings ethics to life. Her passion for ethics is palpable because it’s genuine. Gael is an excellent facilitator, coach, teacher, and writer. Her workshops have been enriching the lives of our students and we’re honored to feature Gael’s ethics articles on our web site. What sets Gael apart? She has an amazing ability to analyze complex ethical leadership challenges from multiple perspectives at once. She sees the big picture and immediately gets to the heart of the matter, digging beneath the surface to get to the real issues that may be causing a breakdown. Then, with all the kindness in the world, she asks some really tough questions. This is when the healing process begins. Gael’s keen sense of strategy, coupled with a truly compassionate heart, has made her one of our most trusted advisors and champions.