Amy Cooper Hakim, Ph.D., is an industrial-organizational psychology practitioner and workplace expert. She is a speaker, author, and the executive consultant and founder of The Cooper Strategic Group. She helps employees and employers to get along better, and coaches leaders and employees to improve productivity, morale, satisfaction, and overall work-life balance. Her book, Working with Difficult People, provides clear strategies to effectively handle the ten types of difficult bosses, colleagues, and subordinates. The book hit #1 in sales at Amazon for Business Etiquette books and was highlighted in Parade Magazine. She is currently putting the finishing touches on her next book about work-life balance.
PhD, Florida International University
MS, Florida International University
BA, Florida International University
Hakim, A. (2016). Working with Difficult People.
Cooper-Hakim, A., Viswesvaran, C., Hakim, A. (2002). A meta-analytic review of the MacAndrew Alcoholism Scale. Educational and Psychological Measurement
Cooper-Hakim, A., Viswesvaran, C., Hakim, A. (2005). The construct of work commitment: testing an integrative framework. Psychological Bulletin
Conrad, K. A., Hakim, A., Rick, H. A., Preiss, A. (2012). Improving grading accuracy of a major graduate project..
Gholston, K., Kuofie, M., Hakim, A. (2016). Social Media for Marketing by Small Businesses. Journal of Marketing and Management
Conrad, K., Hakim, A., Rick, H. A., Amy, P. (2012). Improving formative assessment and feedback for a major graduate project..
Hakim, A. (2017). Navigating Office Politics… and Difficult People.