We are a global provider of leadership and organizational development training that helps improve cultural competencies and employee engagement.

What we do

Cultural Surveys
Customized Training
Leadership Coaching
Keynote Speaking

We provide organizations with the insights and tools to build more respectful and engaged cultures.

Our Team

Representing over 12 distinct organizational development disciplines, our consultants, instructors, facilitators and coaches average over 20 years of experience.

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Our Clients

The core principles we deliver in our training are applicable to any industry and have global appeal, as can be seen by the companies we work with who are delivering our customized training to their locations around the world.

Recent Case Studies

These companies have leveraged our tools to develop stronger workplace cultures and more successful businesses.

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Recent News & Articles

The Best of Respectful Workplace: Empathy

August 24th, 2016|0 Comments

According to a fascinating post about Narrative Empathy on the Psychology Today blog, "empathy" is a relatively new term to modern western cultures. Empathy in the workplace has been historically looked down as too much of an ultra soft skill. But in the last twenty or so years with the rise of emotional intelligence, empathy has been slowly making its way into the workplace. And that’s a good thing. When people can empathize with someone else in the workplace by emotionally putting themselves in others place in order to understand their perspective, it leads to higher levels of respect. The following are a series of articles posted over the past several years from the Respectful Workplace blog that discuss some of the ways that empathy can be incorporated into the workplace and beyond in order to create a more engaged and respectful culture.

Video: Understanding Unconscious Bias

August 3rd, 2016|0 Comments

In the following video, Paul Meshanko discusses the function of the human brain in how we perceive others as well as how it assigns meaning to what we observe.

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