On October 22nd 2015, Bar-David Consulting will celebrate the publication of Trust Your Canary: Every Leader’s Guide to Taming Workplace Incivility with a live online book launch on Google Hangout.
The Live On Air 30-minute event takes place on October 22 at 11am EST, and will enable participants to ask questions and tackle issues related to workplace incivility.
Trust Your Canary is a culmination of Sharone Bar-David’s years of experience training organizational leaders on how to manage incivility in their workplaces. It is an engaging hands-on resource that inspires managers to challenge their underlying beliefs about workplace incivility, and provides innovative strategies and practical solutions on how they can change the workplace culture.
The book is a companion guide to Bar-David Consulting’ groundbreaking Respect-on-the-Go toolkits and the Trust Your Canary Team Civility Boosters. Working together, these three powerful resources give leaders all the tools they need to transform any uncivil workplace into a respectful, thriving and productive one.
Trust Your Canary: Every Leader’s Guide to Taming Workplace Incivility has garnered accolades from global workplace experts, with many calling it a must-have reference for managers.
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“Sharone’s book is phenomenal! I am reading every word and almost done–her writing is wise, accessible and well informed. Look forward to the Google Hangout celebration of “trust Your Canary”. ”
— Ellen Cobb, Author of Workplace Bullying, Violence, Harassment, Discrimination and Stress: International Laws, Developments and Resources
“Recently I purchased copies of Trust Your Canary: Every Leader’s Guide to Taming Workplace Incivility — for the entire Leadership team of our division. I found the book to be the vade-mecum of workplace incivility! Incivility doesn’t have its place in the workplace, but Trust Your Canary certainly does!”
— Mireille St.Amour, Manager, Credit Services Department, Canadian Tire Bank