Legacy Business Cultures

Creating a culture of engagement through respect

Legacy Business Cultures

Legacy Business Cultures and its partners have been the experts in helping shape organizational culture around the world for over 21 years. Our workshops, train-the-trainer programs,online training and employee climate surveys have touched thousands of organizations and millions of employees, managers and leaders across the world. If your organization is ready to develop culture as a strategic advantage, call us and we’ll help you get there faster than anyone.


  • Connecting with Respect®

    Developed as a practical and easy-to-implement workshop for organizations ready for a different kind of “diversity” training, Connecting with Respect® represents the newest and most original approach to cultural excellence in decades. Anchored by the most current research on emotional intelligence, behavioral psychology and neuro-science, this interactive curriculum paves the way for literally anybody to grasp the essential insights and skills necessary for contributing to a more respectful workplace environment.  Because of our emphasis on experiential learning, participants of the Connecting with Respect® curriculum don’t just learn about respect (and disrespect), they experience it first-hand and are immediately able grasp its impact on workplace attitudes and productivity. With the goal of creating respectful experiences in mind, they then work together to develop a “tool kit” and plan of action for getting the job done each and every d...
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    Connecting with Respect®
  • Resilience 360

    When it comes to employee motivation and retention – The right attitude is everything… especially when achieving bottom line contributions. Our “secret” is simple – to the degree that your people are flexible, adaptable, confident, and committed to succeed, so go your business results. By design, the R360 motivation and retention program helps employees develop their personal performance skills because these same skills improve professional performance. Benefits of higher motivation include higher productivity, customer service and retention. The R360 workshop takes advantage of self-paced Pre-Work modules, classroom instruction and a broad range of self-paced Post-Work modules.

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    Resilience 360
  • Keynote Speaking

    Paul Meshanko is an author, professional speaker and business leader with over 20 years of experience in corporate training and organizational culture change. As a presenter and trainer, Paul has captivated over a quarter million leaders and business professionals on five continents. His training materials have been translated into over 25 languages and his newsletter is read by thousands of subscribers each month. His clients have included The Cleveland Clinic, DuPont, Parker Hannifin, BASF, Progressive Insurance, MTD, Symantec, McGraw-Hill, Toyota, The U.S. EPA and Ernst & Young. Always with any eye toward research and science, his speaking themes include organizational and personal resilience, work-life balance, employee engagement and respectful work cultures. 

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    Keynote Speaking
  • Legacy Business Coaching

    Whether you are launching a Change initiative or well on your way in creating a new culture, leaders can respond differently to the changing behavioral expectations.  Legacy Business Cultures Workshops and Training provide a foundation of new ideas and an invitation for leaders to adopt new skills. While some naturally embrace the change effort, others may struggle.  Coaching helps raise the awareness of leaders as to how their behaviors can help or hinder the change process, and provide them with new skills and methods to enhance their effectiveness in a changing environment. 

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    Legacy Business Coaching
  • Respectful Workplace survey

    How Respectful is Your Workplace?

    Uncover insights about your organization and learn how it compares to others by participating in this valuable survey about workplace respect.  The survey takes just a few minutes to complete and collects data about your perceptions of your workplace environment and culture. Your answers will remain anonymous.  After completing the survey, you’ll see the results immediately, along with a side-by-side comparison of your results to the overall results.


    If you like what you see, contact us to discuss the benefits of implementing a respect survey in your organization.

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    Respectful Workplace survey
  • Employee Engagement Survey: e-engage

    Join our online community by participating in this valuable survey about workplace engagement. Uncover insights about your organization and learn how it compares to others!  The survey takes just a few minutes to complete and collects data about your perceptions of your workplace environment and culture. Your answers will remain anonymous (see our Privacy Policy).  After completing the survey, you’ll see the results immediately which represents the overall community’s results.  If you like what you see, contact us to discuss the benefits of implementing an engagement strategy within your organization.

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    Employee Engagement Survey: e-engage
  • Blindsided: Managing Unconscious Bias


    Explore bias as a core human thought tendency

    Identify the different types of tactical bias that compromise decision making at individual and group levels

    Discuss the nature of and how the brain uses implicit bias (bias about personal characteristics) to protect itself

    Recognize how people bias leads to exclusion and disengagement

    Learn and practice techniques for recognizing and interrupting both people and tactical bias patterns

    Develop a group plan of action for promoting inclusive policies and behaviors

  • Safe Spaces: Recognizing & Preventing Harassment in the Workplace

    • Explore a series of fact patterns and quizzes that will
    help the participant develop a better understanding of
    what each looks like
    • Clarify who can be either an accuser or offender in
    both discrimination and harassment scenarios
    • Define and explore retaliation and what can happen if
    employers retaliate
    In order for each of us to do our best, it is critical that we
    work together to create a workplace environment that is
    emotionally safe and respectful of all of the differences
    that we bring to work with us each day.
    Safe Spaces: Recognizing and Preventing Harassment in
    the Workplace was created specifically for that purpose.
    Starting with an exploration of what genuinely respectful
    workplaces look like, this program examines the behaviors
    that lead to consistently respectful work cultures and
    those that do just the opposite. This leads to a discussion
    and presentation of...


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News: Respectful Workplace 
  • Do Nice Guys Really Finish Last? October 31, 2014 8:00am

    As I work on a high-stakes campaign for federal office, I’m struck by two dichotomies. How absolutely gracious and friendly people can be as well as how ugly, hateful and judgmental. This goes for the general public and the candidates, campaign staff and volunteers. Having been in the business 20 yrs or so, it seems to me this is universal and irrespective of locale, geography or demographics. Content source: Do Nice Guys Really Finish Last?
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  • Blindsided: A Cautionary Tale of Unconscious Bias October 24, 2014 8:00am

    Two successful companies arrived at two critical decision points. Only one recognized that they were at such a point. Only one of their companies is still in business. In 1985, Intel made the bold decision to exit the memory chip […] Content source: Blindsided: A Cautionary Tale of Unconscious Bias
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  • Our Favorite Quotes: Listening Versus Defending Our Opinions October 17, 2014 8:00am

    This month’s quote is an important reminder about humility and encouragement. “Fight for your opinion, but do not believe that they contain the whole truth, or the only truth.” — Charles A. Dana If we are passionate about what we […] Content source: Our Favorite Quotes: Listening Versus Defending Our Opinions
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  • It’s the Little Things That Count October 10, 2014 8:00am

    I recently took an Uber to a meeting and the driver said something that really struck me. He told me how he’d just finished vacuuming the car out right before picking me up. A recent customer had clipped her fingernails […] Content source: It’s the Little Things That Count
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  • Can People Really Change? October 3, 2014 8:00am

    I get asked this question a lot when I do one-on-one sensitivity training sessions. These situations typically arise when a very valuable or very senior person (or both) engages in some kind of problematic behavior (e.g., inappropriate or unprofessional comments, bullying behavior, harassment). The employer wants to keep said employee but try to rehabilitate him or her. Content source: Can People Really Change?
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  • The Best of Respectful Workplace: Employee Engagement September 25, 2014 2:35pm

    The following are selections from the respectfulworkplace.com blog that highlight the value and importance of focusing on employee engagement in the workplace. In these posts, our authors discuss research as well as ideas for inspiring greater employee engagement in your workplace. Content source: The Best of Respectful Workplace: Employee Engagement
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