Paul L. Marciano

Paul L. Marciano
Author

Dr. Paul is the leading authority on employee engagement and respect in the workplace. He earned his doctorate in clinical psychology from Yale University and has worked in the field of human resources and organizational development for over 30 years. His best-selling McGraw-Hill business book, “Carrots and Sticks Don’t Work: Build a Culture of Employee Engagement with the Principles of RESPECT™,” has received critical acclaim around the world and has been translated into several languages.

Paul’s upcoming book, “Respectful Conversations: Strategies for Turning Confrontation into Collaboration,” helps individuals restore relationships that have deteriorated due to interpersonal conflict and, especially, in cases where individuals feel disrespected. These same strategies also help to prevent conflict going forward and promote respectful communication in both personal and professional relationships.

Paul is committed to spreading respect in the workplace because it is both the right thing to do and because treating people with respect leads to extraordinarily high levels of employee engagement and bottom line business results.

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