Superior Editing Services


About Us

Dr. Julie Conzelmann "Dr. Jules" is the founder of Superior Editing Services. She earned her doctoral degree in management, specializing in organizational leadership, from University of Phoenix, and her copyeditor certification from the University of California, San Diego. She has helped organizational leaders, students, and novelists with writing and editing for the past 30 years. She is an entrepreneur, (former) journal article publisher, mentor, author, learner, former university faculty member, writing coach, and servant leader and has served as an external committee member for scholars. As a provider of professional academic and private editing services, she takes pride in offering the best editing and formatting services at affordable rates. She is dedicated to serving the needs of her customers every day!


Dr. Julie Conzelmann

Education

• Copyediting certification from the University of California, San Diego Extension in 2015
• Doctor of  Management in Organizational Leadership from University of  Phoenix in 2012
• Master of  Business Administration from University of  Phoenix in 2008
• Bachelor of Arts in Business Management/Human Resources from Saint Leo University in 2007
• Associates Degree in Liberal Arts from Saint Leo University in 2005


Editing Experience

In addition to more than 11 years of higher education, Dr. Jules has extensive education and experience editing and formatting documents in the APA 7th manual of style. Dr. Jules was a rule writer in an executive leadership role with the State of Arizona from 2004 to 2007.  She also volunteered at Bellingham Technical College as a writing and statistics tutor and exam proctor. Since 2008, she has assisted over 3,000 scholars with researching, writing, editing, formatting and publishing dissertations, journal articles, and books, in addition to editing for private authors and universities. 


Publications by Dr. Jules

Journal Articles:

Conzelmann, J. D. (2021). A review of Culbert’s book “Get Rid of the Performance Review”: An impractical suggestion. Scholar Chatter, 2(4), 1 – 6. https://doi.org/10.47036/SC.2.4.1-6.2021

Conzelmann, J. D. (2021). Exploring updates to performance evaluation terminology. Business Ethics and Leadership, 5(4), 6-15. http://doi.org/10.21272/bel.5(4).6-15.2021

Conzelmann, J. D., Berna, J., Bame, R., Davis, C., & Miller, K. (2020, June). Four perspective of disruption in publication: An inspriational white paper. Scholar Chatter, 1(0), 1–10. 0.
https://doi.org/10.47036/SC.1.0.1-10.2020

Conzelmann, J. D. (2020, June). Leaders recognizing and rewarding organizational citizenship behaviors during formal employee performance evaluations. e-Journal of Social & Behavioural Research in Business, 11(1), 21--38. 

Conzelmann, J. D., (2020). Document review: Journal articles, performance evaluations, and organizational citizenship terminology. Business Ethics and Leadership, 4(2), 75-85.

Chapter in a Book Volume Series:

Conzelmann, J. D. (2017). Employee perspectives: The lack of servant leadership in organizations. An empirical case study. In C. J. Davis (Ed) Servant Leadership and Followership: Examining the Impact on Workplace Behavior (Palgrave Studies in Leadership and Followership) (pp. 115—176). Palgrave.

Chapter in a Privately Published Book:

The Basics of Journal and Self-publishing. In Going Beyond the Ph.D. The Next Step Volume II: Dr. Joyce M. Jones & Friends. (2019). Anthology Inspired Press/Zoe Life Publications, Inc. [Only available directly from author].

Books:

Conzelmann, J. D. (2022). Disrupting the journal article publication process in the 21st century. Amazon/Author. 

Conzelmann, J. D. (2020). Keep it simple, Scholars! Volume 2: Outlining the elements of the dissertation, step-by-step. Amazon/Author.

Conzelmann, J. D. (2016). Leadership recognition of organizational citizenship behaviors: In performance evaluations in Washington State healthcare organizations. Amazon/Author.

Conzelmann, J. D. (2015). Keep it simple, scholars! A basic guide for writing & editing, dissertations, and theses. Amazon/Author.

Doctoral Dissertation:

Dissertation: Griffin, J. D. (2012). Leadership recognition of organizational leadership behaviors in performance evaluations in Washington State healthcare organizations (Dissertation: University of Phoenix). ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Online.


Confidentiality

Your information will not be shared or sold to any entity and is used solely for the purpose of conducting business. Any documents or emails sent between you and Superior Editing Services will be kept for 120 days from the date you notify us that our contract for services is complete. We will provide you with a signed, non-disclosure agreement at your request.

Limitations

Superior Editing Services is unable to assist you with the review and revision of any statistical analysis. However, we will provide you with references for statistical assistance at your request.

Ethics

Superior Editing Services uses tracked changes in Word to suggest changes you need to make to your document. It is unethical for us to make any content changes to your document, especially if it changes the tone or meaning of your discussion.

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Plagiarism

By submitting your paper for editing, we assume that you are aware of the consequences of plagiarism. I provide guidance and note items where citations are required. It is the scholar's responsibility to make the corrections and give proper credit to those from whom they cite.

Imperfection Disclaimer

While every attempt will be made to identify errors, there is always room for errors and omissions on the part of the editor. The responsibility for accuracy and inclusion of all elements in any writing project are solely the responsibility of the author and committee members (for scholars), and all private novel and journal article authors.