Visionaries 2020


October 18 - 20, 2020 Chicago, IL

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Amy Gallo

Contributing Editor

Harvard Business Review

Gallo is a contributing editor at Harvard Business Review and the co-host of the Women at Work podcast. She writes frequently on a range of topics with a focus on conflict, communication, and workplace dynamics. Her articles have been included in books on feedback, emotional intelligence, and managing others, and is the co-author of the HBR Guide to Building Your Business Case.

 She is the author of the HBR Guide to Dealing with Conflict, a how-to guidebook that combines management research with practical advice about handling conflict professionally and productively. Amy regularly speaks at companies and conferences on gender, conflict, difficult conversations, feedback, and effective communication.

 Before working with Harvard Business Review, Amy was a management consultant at Katzenbach Partners, a strategy and organization firm based in New York (later acquired by Booz & Company, which is now Strategy&). She contributed to the firm's research on the "informal organization" — the unofficial networks and communities in organizations that govern how people work together in practice.

Amy is on the faculty of the Emotional Intelligence Coaching Certification program, recently launched by Daniel Goleman. She taught at Brown University and is a graduate of both Brown and Yale University.

Amy Gallo is a contributing editor at Harvard Business Review and the co-host of the Women at Work podcast. She writes frequently on a range of topics with a focus on conflict, communication, and workplace dynamics. Her articles have been included in books on feedback, emotional intelligence, and managing others, and is the co-author of the HBR Guide to Building Your Business Case.

 She is the author of the HBR Guide to Dealing with Conflict, a how-to guidebook that combines management research with practical advice about handling conflict professionally and productively. Amy regularly speaks at companies and conferences on gender, conflict, difficult conversations, feedback, and effective communication.

 Before working with Harvard Business Review, Amy was a management consultant at Katzenbach Partners, a strategy and organization firm based in New York (later acquired by Booz & Company, which is now Strategy&). She contributed to the firm's research on the "informal organization" — the unofficial networks and communities in organizations that govern how people work together in practice.

 Amy is on the faculty of the Emotional Intelligence Coaching Certification program, recently launched by Daniel Goleman. She taught at Brown University and is a graduate of both Brown and Yale University.