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The Respect Effect: Leveraging Culture, Emotions and Neuroscience to Build a Better Business

The Respect Effect: Leveraging Culture, Emotions and Neuroscience to Build a Better Business

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In The Respect Effect, Meshanko puts forth an elegant and powerful thesis on the relationship between respect and employee engagement. He 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. a?? Dr. Paul Marciano, Ph.D., author, a??carrots and sticks don't worka??. Paul walks the talk. Whether you read his book or see him speak at a conference, his message is concise, dead on, and he truly is a leader in his field. He is not only inspiring but reminds us about common sense principals that we lost along the way. a?? Hal Becker, Author, a??Can I Have 5 Minutes of Your Timea??, a??Lip Servicea??, and a??Get What You Wanta??. In his new book, The Respect Effect a?? Leveraging Culture, Emotions and Neuroscience to Build a Better Business, Paul Meshanko reveals the transformational power of respect in the workplace. 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. By examining the neurology of human interaction, Meshanko explains how each of our brains is profoundly influenced by how we're treated by others. When we're treated with respect, our brains literally light up and perform at their highest levels. When treated with disrespect, the higher thought processes in our brains go dormant. Hijacked by our primitive survival wiring, we become diminished assets to our employers and organizations. The Respect Effect is a refreshing and powerful addition to the arsenal of tools that leaders and managers need to cultivate best-in-class work cultures and lead change. When leaders are able to create work environments that consistently value, esteem and nurture employees, they increase engagement, retention, creativity, productivitya?¦ and performance! Paul Meshanko is an author, speaker and business leader with over 20 years of experience in corporate training and culture change. As a presenter, he has captivated over a quarter million leaders and business professionals on five continents. His company, Legacy Business Cultures, is a global provider of organizational survey and training services. Paul holds a BSBA from The Ohio State University and an MBA from Baldwin Wallace College. Visit the author's website at www.paulmeshanko.com.