Teams like the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors retain a “slight edge” over each of their opponents. Digging into our own hidden potential and gaining a “slight edge” requires a change of attitude and behavior. Training like the Increasing Human Effectiveness workshop can teach us and the organizations we work for how to do this.
Why is self-esteem important in a respectful workplace? Employees who feel good about themselves are typically able to focus better, need less time off, and generally get along well with coworkers.
As part of Legacy Business Culture’s Connecting With Respect Workshop, participants are taught the 12 Rules of Respect for business leaders to follow. These rules can be used to help employers create and maintain a positive environment within the work place. One of the rules that Paul preached and had cultivated in many of his clients and/or potential clients was to look for opportunities to connect with and support others.