Inclusion Starts With Respect.

Tackle poor behaviors and bias head on with the training company and facilitator trusted by the world’s top employers.

Experience Legacy Business Cultures training programs February 13-14 in historic downtown Annapolis, Maryland

Pick one or attend three great D&I workshops over two days for only $499/person!

Legacy Business Cultures workshops are for Diversity and HR professionals, training professionals, executives, managers and emerging leaders looking to build their capacity for more respectful and inclusive interactions.

Watch below to hear a few of our past participants describe their experiences attending our workshops.

“Connecting with Respect has been a tremendous success with our organization…We are seeing throughout the company that Connecting with Respect has made what was already an excellent Johnsonville culture even better!”

Cory Bouck, Director of Organizational Development and Learning, Johnsonville Sausage

“I’ve heard nothing but positive comments from our staff – many saying it was the best workshop they have attended. I look forward to future work together and possibilities.”

Deb Snellen, SPHR, Executive Director, Organizational and Professional Development, University of Missouri Advancement

“Great interweaving of the science, the stories, the attendee’s experiences, and practical application. I have a different (broader) perspective on respect and look forward to introducing the ideas in my organization (big goal) and know that I can build some of these specific skills into my role as instructor (with students) + leader (with direct reports) + creating a great workplace environment.”

Workshop Attendee, ATD2017

“I learned far more than I expected – interesting research and framework about respect. The presenter gave concrete steps to take that anyone can apply, and had us practice at our tables.”

Workshop Attendee, ATD2017

“Your presentation on changing culture was right on for our organization. It was refreshing to hear someone who understands the reality of change and key drivers that promote success. We enjoyed your candor and down-to-earth approach.”

Gary Salters, Sr. VP Customer Operations, McGraw-Hill Education

“Paul Meshanko’s seminar was excellent. Our employees latched onto Paul’s interactive style and really embraced his message. The employee surveys prove it…Paul is all class. It is clearly one of the best employee programs that we have arranged for.”

David Astles, Ph.D., Director of Business Operations, Wright State University, School of Medicine
Connecting With Respect

Connecting with Respect

February 13 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm | Annapolis, MD

The Connecting with Respect workshop sets the foundation for creating inclusive, engaged work cultures. Sometimes referred to as “sensitivity training” for the next generation, this neuroscience-based program helps participants explore what respectful behaviors and attitudes look like and why they are so critical to business success in a diverse, global workplace.

Blindsided: Uncovering, Understanding and Managing Bias

Blindsided: Uncovering, Understanding, and Managing Bias

November 8 @ 8:00 am – 2:30 pm | Annapolis, MD

Blindsided: Uncovering, Understanding, and Managing Bias is a highly interactive two-fold workshop that unpacks and explores the nature and types of biases that affect behaviors and decision making at both individual and group levels. Delving deeply into the roots and impact of implicit bias, it then helps participants identify concrete steps they can take to interrupt and minimize the damaging behaviors that can unintentionally cause inequity and incivility.

Safe Spaces: Recognizing and Preventing Harassment in the Workplace

Safe Spaces: Recognizing and Preventing Harassment in the Workplace

November 8 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm | Annapolis, MD

Safe Spaces: Recognizing and Preventing Harassment in the Workplace was developed to create workplace environments that are emotionally safe and in full compliance with federal and state laws governing discrimination and harassment. Using facilitator guided, scenario-based learning examples, this program is a strong addition to your current HR policy guidelines.

For any questions about our upcoming public workshops, please contact us at 202-558-6511 or email