Paul Meshanko, president and CEO of Legacy Business Cultures will present The Respect Effect: How Neuroleadership is Shaping the Service Industry at the CHART 88th Hospitality Training Conference on Monday, July 28. CHART 88th Hospitality Training Conference will be held in Atlanta, GA from July 26-29. The conference is known for being the Hub of [...]
Paul Meshanko, president and CEO of Legacy Business Cultures will be speaking at the Toledo Area Human Resources Association (TAHRA) and the Greater Lorain County SHRM Chapter (GLCC SHRM) this month. His topic will be The Respect Effect. On Tuesday, May 13, Meshanko speaks at the TAHRA meeting in Perrysburg, Ohio at the Hilton Garden [...]
Legacy Business Cultures, a global provider of employee learning and development, organizational surveys and helping enhance workplace cultures is proud to announce that Paul Meshanko will be the keynote luncheon speaker at the Sales & Marketing Executives (SME Cleveland) of Cleveland luncheon on March 24. The title of his presentation: Using the Respect Effect to [...]
The results are in from October Research, LLC, a national provider of market intelligence, industry news and regulatory information for the real estate, settlement services and mortgage industries. October Research hosted its annual National Settlement Services Summit in Cleveland June 10-12. On June 12, Legacy Business Cultures President & CEO Paul Meshanko was a keynote [...]
Legacy Business Cultures is proud to announce that Paul Meshanko, president and CEO will deliver a keynote speech on June 12 at the 2013 National Settlement Services Summit produced by October Research, LLC at the Marriott at Key Center in Cleveland. Summit participants will be captivated by an insightful presentation from Mr. Meshanko, founder of Cleveland-based Legacy [...]
Paul Meshanko discusses two of the "12 Rules of Respect" which help to lead to a more respectful workplace. Rule of Respect #8: "Allow yourself to be wrong on occasion" and Rule of Respect #9: "Never hesitate to say you are sorry".