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Nine tools of civility

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I developed this PowerPoint using Speak your Peace information on their Civility Project, which showed only the posters to which I added the behaviors and leadership practices. Appreciate your …

I developed this PowerPoint using Speak your Peace information on their Civility Project, which showed only the posters to which I added the behaviors and leadership practices. Appreciate your feedback.

David McCuistion
Vanguard Organizational Leadership (VOL)

Published in: Leadership & Management

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  • 1. David A. McCuistion The Howard School NJROTC Unit Chattanooga, TN 37408
  • 2. Civility  Polite, reasonable, respectful behavior  Polite actions & words  Courteous  Pleasantry  Honorable  Gracious1533
  • 3. Uncivil  Impolite, Unreasonable, Disrespectful  Discourteous  Unpleasant  Boisterous  Rude, Surliness  Ungracious
  • 4. Speak Your Peace – The Civility Project
  • 5.  Observe surroundings  Don’t interrupt without thinking first  Control need to disrupt  Listen intently  Make an effort to remember  Others First!
  • 6. Civility knows no ethnicity Civility knows no level of leadership Civility knows no forum Civility knows no religion Civility knows no sexual preference Civility knows no enemies Civility knows no particular location Civility knows no generation Civility knows no bounds Civility is not exclusiveness
  • 7. Gossiping hurts Gossiping accomplishes nothing Gossiping is childish Gossiping is bad-mannered Gossiping is negativity Gossiping is divisive Gossiping is destructive Gossiping is racist Gossiping lowers esteem
  • 8. Observe the Golden Rule Everyone deserves respect Being uncivil lowers respect Yours and others Civility is “Respectful Behavior” Respect is “Honorable Behavior”
  • 9.  Collaborate  Compromise  Work for Good of All  Be a Builder  Promote Success
  • 10.  Swallow your PRIDE  Seek to apologize  Forgiveness heals  Affirm success of others
  • 11. Hold yourself accountable Hold Blame Accept faults Clean up language Speak positively Respect everyone  Be The Example
  • 12. Speak Your Peace – The Civility Project

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