Uber, Sexual Harassment, and the Stanford Prison Experiment

In February Uber Engineer Susan Fowler wrote a blog post reflecting on her year at Uber – a year rife with sexual harassment and discrimination. Unfortunately, her year was also rife with ignored complaints made to HR because offenders were high […]

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Caution: Training Is Useless

So you’ve done a training on an important workplace skill… active listening, giving feedback, professionalism, conflict management… But then what? How will you ensure people keep doing whatever it is you taught them to do?   There is a lot […]

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Engage Civility at Work with the Veteran Affairs’ CREW Initiative

The United States Department for Veteran Affairs has established ‘Civility, Respect, and Engagement in the Workplace’ or CREW, which was established in 2005 as a response to employee feedback claiming that their job satisfaction have been affected by low levels […]

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Civility Training to Curb Incivility at Work

Incivility is being persistent nowadays; ironically, it is evident at workplaces as it continues to grow as well in most areas of the society. Several newspaper reports point out that incivility is growing in the United States which threatens civility […]

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Building a Civil Workplace: Is It Ever Possible?

It can be observed that a good business venture demands civility at the workplace. With civility, productivity, efficiency, and overall performance appear to be relatively evident. A civil workplace is a place, legal and ethical, wherein people work together in […]

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