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Is Disrespect Too Prevalent?

Are campaign races making disrespect the norm? Candidates, unfortunately, have been using slander against their opponent forever in order to gain their competitive edge. However, it is also teaching disrespect and making it okay.  I agree that we need to know if there is something shady about an individual running for office, but can it be handled in a more diplomatic and careful way thus allowing more time to be spend on how to improve the economy and make strides toward world peace? ”   -Gloria Petersen

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One Response to Is Disrespect Too Prevalent?

  • Disrespect is not only prevalent in the public arena. As a Business/Life Coach, former columnist on PROFESSIONALISM for The NY Post, I founded a non-profit, RESPECTFUL COMMUNICATIONS to help inner-city youth understand “The Power of Please”. The rappers, celebs, athletes and technology are propagating that it’s “cool to be outrageous!” In the multi-cultural, multi-generational workplace in order to MAXIMIZE HARMONY AND PRODUCTIVITY, there must be respect.

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