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, May 17-20 2015.  ATD conferences are known for being the premier gathering of training and development of professionals from around the world.

These events regularly attract more than 10,000 attendees from over 70 countries. It is the largest conference in the world dedicated to this crucial profession.

“ATD represents a large international market for our services” said Todd Costello, Vice President, Business Operations for Legacy Business Cultures. “I feel excited. It is a great environment for bringing talented professionals together.”

Todd will represent Legacy at booth #1039 to provide information for anyone who wishes to learn more about Legacy’s cultural surveys, customized training, leadership coaching or keynote speaking.

The ATD expo will also be the launching point for Legacy’s new curriculum Blindsided: Uncovering, Understanding, and Managing Bias. This subject matter will explore how unconscious bias can effect business related decisions.

Session TU118 “12 Rules of Respect: The Neuroscience of Employee Engagement”

Legacy Business Cultures host a session on May 19, 2015, where Paul Meshanko will speak about the 12 Rules of Respect: The Neuroscience of Employee Engagement.

This session will provide leaders and managers with information on how to unlock and ignite the full talents of their employees by focusing on transformational power of respect as a core cultural competency. In this engaging session, Paul will explore how to build an environment of curiosity, trust and integrity that invites people to be more collaborative, creative and loyal. Participants will learn the 12 rules of respect based on the most recent neuroscientific research and how to use them to increase the pro-social behaviors that drive workplace productivity.

For more information on ATD2015, visit the conference site at The conference hashtag for Twitter is #atd2015.