Legacy Business Cultures’ managing partner Paul Meshanko will be at Ohio State’s Diversity, Race & Learning Conference on Tuesday, May 1, 2012. This exciting national event will take place at the Fawcett Conference Center in Columbus, Ohio and will bring together some of the top minds in the fields of inclusion and diversity.
Meshanko will be facilitating a break-out session, presenting concepts from his new book, The Respect Effect, which is scheduled to be released next month and will explore the impact of respectful workplaces from the perspectives of neuroscience and organizational development. This interesting and educational presentation will also look at specific strategies for more consistently promoting respect as a core cultural competency.
“Diversity and respect are two of most important elements in a productive and healthy culture within any organization,” Meshanko says, “Employees that engage in respectful behavior are more likely to have higher job satisfaction, better physical health, greater customer satisfaction, and less stress. And when employees are happy, organization productivity, profitability, and resilience increase.”
The conference is run by OSU’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI), whose mission is to “advance an academic excellence agenda and