Legacy Business Cultures announces that the second edition of Paul Meshanko’s The Respect Effect, Using the science of neuroleadership to inspire a more loyal and productive workplace, is on target to be published by McGraw-Hill on August 16, 2013.
The highly anticipated book reveals extensive neuroleadership research detailing how the brain performs at the highest levels when treated with respect and how it shuts down during disrespectful behaviors. Meshanko has included additional research, analysis and examples to broaden information that received positive endorsements from the self-published first edition. With the McGraw-Hill edition, readers will get additional insight on the value of respect in the workplace.
The first edition of the book came out in 2012 and with a great response from buyers online through Amazon and independent book distributors. The book received wider appeal from individuals and corporations who acquired books through direct sales from Legacy Business Cultures. Sales anticipation for the second edition is very high with McGraw-Hill doing an initial aggressive printing and also preparing for e-book, Kindle and audio versions to launch later in August/September.
Legacy Business Cultures, (where Meshanko is president and CEO) a global provider of employee training, diversity and inclusion seminars, organizational surveys and executive coaching.
For more information on the book, please visit www.RespectEffectBook.com
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