Coping Mechanisms & Blog

Dec 15, 2014
COPE was recently hired to complete a survey and feasibility study for The World Court of Human Rights Project. The project is a collaborative effort of judges, lawyers, academics,…
Nov 21, 2014
COPE is pleased to announce that Paul Dickin has joined the team as a Senior Project Associate.  Paul has expertise in change management, executive coaching, strategic planning, board…
Oct 22, 2014
In the current issue of NAMIC's IN.Between, Paula Cope offers tips on establishing an effective search committee for finding your next CEO. Read about the top six things every search…
Oct 06, 2014
COPE facilitated a one-day Annual Board Meeting last week in Rutland for BROC - Community Action in Southwestern Vermont.  The purpose of the retreat was to better understand their…
Oct 01, 2014
Last month, we explored reasons to call a meeting. Here are six reasons when you shouldn't call a meeting. Don’t Call a Meeting If… The subject is about a person and better handled…
Sep 01, 2014
COPE is pleased to announce Paula Cope’s new position as Lecturer at the University of Vermont’s School of Business Administration. In the course Leadership and Organizational Behavior,…
Sep 01, 2014
Call a Meeting When... Need the entire group to provide information Want team participation in making a decision or solving a problem Want to share information, a success, or a…
Aug 06, 2014
COPE's Kate McInnis is part of a research collaboration exploring employee commitment and behaviors across cultures.  The collaboration includes professors, graduate students, and consultants…
Jun 06, 2014
COPE goes international! COPE Senior Project Associate, Kate McInnis, is collaborating with a team of researchers from Western University to better understand how the relationship between…
Jun 06, 2014
While Human Resources is often referred to as the “soft side” of your business, there’s actually a science behind it all.  Professionals who conduct this work, Industrial/Organizational…