Author: Stephen M. Paskoff

To Improve Workplace Civility, A Policy is Not Enough

Turn on the TV, go online, read a newspaper today or tomorrow and you’ll find stories or forums about the decline of civility in politics, at sporting events or in our workplaces. As important as the subject is, what’s often not considered is that civility is variable — it has

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Checking the Box at the Big Box Store

I’ve worked on developing e-learning for 20 years. By chance, I recently had my worst fears confirmed about how much of it is delivered and absorbed. My new iWatch needed a special screen protector, so I went to a big box retailer, bought the best shield I could find, and

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4 Simple Guidelines for Men Afraid of #MeToo

How should men conduct themselves in today’s workplace? It’s a question I’ve heard gradually bubbling up as reports of harassment, bullying, and abuse against women in the workplace, across industries, has culminated with the #MeToo movement. Could what happened to Harvey Weinstein, Matt Lauer, Mario Batali, and others happen to

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I’m the APP

I had dinner recently with my friend, a visionary, dynamic, and nationally-known leader in the area of diversity and inclusion. We’d worked closely together in the past but hadn’t seen each other for a couple of years.  We sat looking at the New York skyline and caught up on the

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