Learn about the common causes of incivility in the workplace and what you can do to promote cooperation.
Incivility has permeated our culture and our workplaces. From national politics to courtrooms to media to work, people have learned not to be nice to each other. While bullying and misbehaviors are decried, very little is done to support a culture of civility. The result is conflict, chaos, loss of productivity, low morale, and costly turnovers. This topic helps leaders, supervisors, and managers understand the causes of incivility and provide actionable ideas to promote civility and cooperation in teams and workplaces.
Douglas E. Noll, J.D., M.A.
- Full-time peacemaker and mediator, specializing in difficult, complex, and intractable conflicts
- Fellow in the International Academy of Mediators
- Named California Lawyer of the Year, by California Lawyer magazine
- Listed in Best Lawyers in America, and Lawyer of the Year
- Achieved the highest rating in the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory
- Northern California Super Lawyer in Dispute Resolution
- Adjunct faculty, Straus Institute of Dispute Resolution, Pepperdine School of Law
- Acclaimed international speaker and workshop presenter
- Winner of the 2012 Book Award by the CPR Institute
- Wrote three books, numerous book chapters, articles, and blogs on dispute resolution
- Creator of two online courses in legal negotiation and rapid de-escalation skills
- Co-founder of the award-winning Prison of Peace Project
- Can be contacted at 800-785-4487, [email protected], or https://dougnoll.com
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