Civility Consulting

Civility Partners offers a variety of civility consulting services in order to effectively eradicate workplace bullying and create a positive workplace. We follow a proven process that will solve your bullying problem, guaranteed. Prevalence Audit  A great place to start is […]

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Training

We provide on-site training programs on a variety of topics to help you build a positive workplace. These training programs are pre-made and off-the-shelf to save you money, but of course we will tailor them to meet your specific needs. Click […]

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Coaching

Communication Coaching for Bad Behaviors If one of your employees, supervisors or managers isn’t getting along with others, or is unable to communicate effectively, labeled as too aggressive or not assertive enough, accused of harassing others or being insensitive to […]

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Workplace Bullying Expert Witness

Catherine Mattice, MA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, has served as a workplace bullying expert witness several times in bullying-related cases. Though workplace bullying is legal in the U.S. (with the exception of pockets where bullying is illegal) she has been asked to testify […]

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Three podcasts and a WSJ

In the spirit of keeping the information coming at you in a lot of different ways, I’ve got a few things lined up for you: First, I was recently a guest on Andrew Barrett’s podcast, Safety on Tap. We talked […]

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I got to appear in an ad in the WSJ

Something kind of cool happened – I was in the Wall Street Journal. Hiscox, the company I get my business insurance through, invited me to appear in their full-page WSJ ad. They are focused on courageous entrepreneurs, and after interviewing […]

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One Word = A World of Possibilities

A few weeks ago I partnered up with my friend, Skip Weisman, to bring you the seven deadly sins of communication and how to overcome them. My favorite tip offered was to stop saying, “but” and instead say, “and.” For […]

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My Company Isn’t as Stupid as United

United…. What’s up with dragging your customer off your airplane? United says they overbooked the flight and needed four seats for employees, so they offered travel vouchers to encourage people to take the next flight. When no one took them […]

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