Legacy Business Cultures announced today that it has been selected by the Department of Justice to develop and deploy implicit bias training for all of the agency’s 5,800 attorneys. Legacy’s efforts will be part of a much broader DOJ initiative to roll out training to employees as well as agents within the FBI, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) and U.S. Marshals Service (USMS).
The ATD 2016 International Conference & Exposition is fast approaching and Paul Meshanko will be returning to present The Respect Effect: Leveraging Neuroscience to Help Build Inclusive Workplaces.
Legacy Business Cultures has been awarded a GSA Schedule Contract effective March 24, 2015, making it fast and easy for any federal agency to order consulting and other services directly from the company.
Fernando A. Serpa will put his nearly 20 years’ experience in Diversity and Inclusion strategy, education, outreach and training to work for Legacy Business Cultures where he will lead the Diversity and Inclusion Practice.
The ATD 2015 International Conference & Exposition is fast approaching and the Legacy Business Cultures team will be returning as a Bronze sponsor to showcase their services and host a session on a core component of the Connecting With Respect curriculum – the “12 Rules of Respect.” The conference and exposition will be held in Orlando Florida, [...]
Today Legacy Business Cultures (LBC) joins our friends and colleagues in remembering the victims of homicide and their loved ones. We celebrate victims’ lives, mourn their tragic loss and work to find meaning from the trauma that has touched so many Americans.
The National Maritime Law Enforcement Academy (NMLEA), Families of Homicide Victims and Missing Persons (FOVAMP), and Legacy Business Cultures (LBC) announced the first in a series of regional law enforcement workshops.
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 [...]
On Saturday, March 29, staff members of Legacy Business Cultures and their families participated in the Muscular Dystrophy Association’s (MDA) annual Muscle Walk at the I-X Center in Cleveland, Ohio. The MDA Muscle Walk is a series of fun, non-competitive local walks held across the country, and it is the largest event of its kind [...]
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.