"Paul walks the talk. Whether you read his book or see him speak at a conference."
– Rick Chiricosta, President and CEO, Medical Mutual
"Paul's presentation goes beyond an 'aha' moment...it is an 'aha' experience."
– Jackie Boesinger, Xandra Renouvelle
"Diversity is one of the most misunderstood philosophies and Paul… breaks it down to its simplest form – RESPECT."
– Kal Keitel, Human Resources Director, St. Anthony's Memorial Hospital
"Paul's real-life examples, coupled with his great presentation style, really hit home with our audience!"
– Deb Stanaway, Sr. HCM Consultant / Leadership Conference Chair, State of Michigan, Department of IT
"It's refreshing to hear someone who understands the reality of change and key drivers that promote success."
– Gary Salters, Sr. VP Customer Operations McGraw-Hill Education
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Paul Meshanko is an author, professional speaker and business leader with over 20 years of experience in leadership development and organizational culture change. Paul opened Legacy Business Cultures in 1997 to serve the region's growing demand for change management and employee engagement training. Under his leadership, the business has grown to become one a successful staff development and employee survey providers.
In The Respect Effect, Paul has developed unique processes anchored in neuroscience that create tangible and sustainable behavioral breakthroughs. His approach inherently creates traction within corporate cultures, because he builds the business case for embracing diversity, inclusion and respect as core values that enrich both our professional and personal lives.
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