Legacy Business Cultures is proud to announce that Paul Meshanko, president and CEO, will be presenting at three state conferences for the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) in New York, Ohio and Kentucky during September. His presentations will cover respect in the workplace and using the science of neuroleadership to inspire a more loyal and productive workplace.
The results are in from October Research, LLC, a national provider of market intelligence, industry news and regulatory information for the real estate, settlement services and mortgage industries. October Research hosted its annual National Settlement Services Summit in Cleveland June 10-12. On June 12, Legacy Business Cultures President & CEO Paul Meshanko was a keynote [...]
Legacy Business Cultures is proud to announce that Paul Meshanko, president and CEO will deliver a keynote speech on June 12 at the 2013 National Settlement Services Summit produced by October Research, LLC at the Marriott at Key Center in Cleveland.
Paul Meshanko discusses two of the "12 Rules of Respect" which help to lead to a more respectful workplace. Rule of Respect #8: "Allow yourself to be wrong on occasion" and Rule of Respect #9: "Never hesitate to say you are sorry".
Paul Meshanko, author of The Respect Effect and Managing Partner of Legacy Business Cultures will present a session at Training Magazine’s 36th Annual Conference & Expo, Feb 18.
Legacy Business Cultures hosted a VIP only book launch party on Tuesday, June 26, 2012 at Chinato Restaurant on East 4th Street. The event, attended by 80 invited guests, honored CEO and local author, Paul Meshanko and his latest book, The Respect Effect. Great food and cocktails were complimented by Meshanko's short thank you and [...]
Author, Paul Meshanko reveals the transformational power of respect in the workplace in his new book, "The Respect Effect". Through a combination of unintentional or purposeful ignorance, at times we inadvertently treat others with disrespect. The resulting costs to organizations in litigation, low productivity, lack of employee engagement and trust in company leaders are staggering. [...]
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 [...]
Paul Meshanko, author and managing partner of the training and consulting firm Legacy Business Cultures, will be speaking at the Greater Cleveland American Society for Training & Development (ASTD) on Thursday, March 15, 2012. This professional development program will take place at the Hyatt Place in Independence and will bring together Northeast Ohio’s top minds in training and development, consulting, and human resources.
Edge Learning of Ohio (EdgeOhio), today announced that it is changing its name to Legacy Business Cultures (www.legacycultures.com). “We wholeheartedly believe – as do our clients – in the importance of creating a powerful and positive emotional legacy with employees, partners, and customers,” said Paul Meshanko, founder and Managing Partner. “Our bread and butter is helping [...]