"[Meshanko] shows how demonstrating respect to employees leads to better health and well-being for both the organization and the individual. Whether you are a supervisor, manager, VP, or small business owner, The Respect Effect will make you a more effective leader."
—Paul Marciano, Ph.D., author, Carrots and Sticks Don't Work

"In The Respect Effect, Paul Meshanko shows that respect is the foundation for interpersonal trust, revealing why high-trust organizations are successful. The step-by-step process Meshanko outlines to cultivate and nurture respect provides a new leverage point to increase employee satisfaction and productivity."
—Paul J. Zak, Ph.D., author, The Moral Molecule

"Paul's book inspires us to keep our focus and gives us concrete behaviors for living the attributes of The Respect Effect."
—Ralph Stayer, owner and CEO, Johnsonville Sausage, LLC

About the Author

Paul Meshanko is an author, internationally recognized speaker, and business leader with over 20 years of experience in corporate training and organizational culture change. He is the founder of Legacy Business Cultures, a global provider of employee training, organizational surveys, and executive coaching.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Why Focus on Respect?
PART I The Road to Respect
1A Transformational Power
2Connected Through Evolution
3Our Brains on Respect
4 The Destructive Power of Disrespect
5Why We Treat Each Other Poorly
PART II Tools for Building Respectful Work Cultures
6Respect Starts with Awareness
7The 12 Rules of Respect
8Changing Behavior Is the Key
9Self-Esteem: The Art of Respecting Ourselves
10Integrity: The Glue That Holds Respect Together
PART III The Path Forward
11A Blueprint for Respectful Organizations
12Respect Outside of Work
Final Thoughts
Appendix: Sample Affirmative Reminders

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