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Jaap de Jonge, Editor, Netherlands
Research on Civility by Christine Porath revealed that the 20,000 respondents (employees from all over the world) ranked "respect" as the most important leadership behavior. However these same 20,000 respondents also report disrespectful and uncivil behavior is increasing each year! Porath's quite current book in these times of President Trump shows what incivility is costing organizations in an entertaining mix of statistical data and anecdotal evidence about the cost and reward to incivil and civil behavior. While some of the civility strategies discussed in the book could be considered somewhat basic (Say please and thank you, Don't interrupt, Share credit, Ask questions rather than barking orders), a surprising amount of leaders, managers, and organizations don't always practice them 😉. According to Kristy Rogers, the main reason for this remarkable disconnect” between the importance and current practice of respect is that some managers could be unaware o (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  KOEHL Maryse, Professor, France
 

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  srinivas, Lecturer, India
 

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  Steven Cooke
 

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  Graham Williams, Management Consultant, South Africa
 

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  Emmanuel Rasesia, Teacher, Botswana
 

Owed Respect versus Earned Respect

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  Graham Williams, Management Consultant, South Africa
 

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  Bernhard Keim, Business Consultant, Germany
 

The Importance of Respect in Organizations and Society

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  Steven Cooke
 

Sincerity / Respect is not a Method

@: That's a VERY pertinent and important point in (...)

  Jaap de Jonge, Editor, Netherlands
 

Is Respect Innate or Acquired?

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Acquiring Respectability

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  Maurice Hogarth, Consultant, United Kingdom
 

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  Bill Boynton, Teacher, United States
 

New Operating Norm

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  Maurice Hogarth, Consultant, United Kingdom
 

Respect is Earned not Owed

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  Steven Cooke
 

Civilization and Honor

@: I agree that there is a necessary but subtle di (...)

  Graham Williams, Management Consultant, South Africa
 

Civility and Respect Towards Employees

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  Maurice Hogarth, Consultant, United Kingdom
 

Respect Dissed

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