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Giving Thanks for Respect

by Paul Meshanko

All across the country on Thanksgiving Day, many families will be around the table waiting to dig into a feast of traditional foods handed down through the generations. It is […]

R-E-S-P-E-C-T: How the value of this high opinion can impact your organization’s bottom line

by Paul Meshanko

Leaders across all industries are constantly looking for the secret formula to motivate employees and increase productivity. While there are many paths to helping companies become more efficient and more […]

5 Reasons to Focus on Respect Training

by Paul Meshanko

Paul Meshanko of Legacy Business Cultures got rave reviews for his session on the Respect Effect at the recent CHART Miami Conference. Now, he has summarized this relevant information in […]

The Importance of Practicing Civility and Tolerance at Work

by Paul Meshanko

Neuroscience research in Paul Meshanko’s new book The Respect Effect proves that respect is the most powerful employee motivator. Disrespect causes a fight or flight reaction in the brain with […]

DOMA Finally Got The Message of RESPECT

by Paul Meshanko

According to a Time article online: “Seventeen years after a Democratic President signed a federal law defining marriage as between a man and a woman, the U.S. Supreme Court struck […]

10 Reasons Why Soft Skills Training Doesn’t Work

by Paul Meshanko

Paul Meshanko, managing partner of Legacy Business Cultures, recently participated in the webinar “10 Reasons Why Soft Skills Training Doesn’t Work”. Paul and other industry experts discussed how soft skills […]

PSU – Generations of Culture

by Paul Meshanko

Are there lessons we can learn from Penn State? Is there a generational consideration that should be given to Joe Paterno, Jerry Sandusky and others involved in the allegedly horrific crime committed on the […]

Advantage to Butt-in-the-Seat Training

by Paul Meshanko

The best roadmap to the future sometimes looks strangely like the past. This is particularly relevant in the discussion on classroom vs. online training. Almost a decade ago, one of […]

Buckeye Nation on Shaky Footing

by Paul Meshanko

As both a resident of central Ohio for most of my younger life and a graduate of The Ohio State University, I consider myself as big a Buckeye fan as […]

The Top 10 Signs of a Respectful Workplace

by Paul Meshanko

Co-workers acknowledge and greet each other, often by name. Common courtesies such as “please” and “thank you” are the norm. The absence of gossip, rumors, sarcasm and cliques. Employees work hard, but […]