Meet Lynne on YouTube
Meet Lynne on YouTube: https://bit.ly/2KaIZzw. This interview originally aired on a television show broadcast by seven Silicon Valley Community Access stations in California.
Your guide to outsmarting bullies
An intriguing collection of Lynne’s best articles from two decades of magazine and newspaper columns, on topics such as remembering names & handling energy vampires.
Curry served as “the workplace coach” for three years for sheknows.com 95M subscribers, and reader’s life and career questions. One of Curry’s posts garnered the highest reader views of the day and was reposted on Yahoo.com’s front page
Curry has published several hundred articles in media such as Inc.com, U.S. News & World Report, Advancingwomen, Ms.CareerGirl, The Grindstone, and the AMA Playbook.
This 70-second YouTube video summarizes the heart of Lynne’s Managing for Accountability: A Business Leader’s Toolbox, her most recent book, published by Business Expert Press (2021)
Since 1982 Curry has written a weekly “dear Abby of the Workplace” column for the Anchorage Daily News. The column has wide readership and has often been one of the top “hits” on www.adn.com. The column has also appeared in the Tri-City Herald (Washington, for 5 years) and in the Morris Daily Herald (Illinois, for 2 years). Curry has also authored a weekly, humorous “Working Mom” column.
Curry writes monthly posts for LawOfficeMgr.com and MedicalOfficeMgr.com and serves on the editorial advisory board and masthead for Plain Language Media
Curry served as an executive coach for three years for workingwomen.com, 55M subscribers. “Lynne Curry is smart, witty and her writing is totally engaging.” Helene Lerner, TV host and founder and publisher of WomenWorking.com.
Interview of Lynne on her “dear Abby of the workplace” newspaper column and workplacecoach blog
Click below to hear and see an interview in which Lynne discusses her “dear Abby of the workplace” newspaper column, http://www.workplacecoachblog.com and recent controversial posts
Media report on Lynne’s investigation of 76 individuals w/ resulting organizational & personnel changes