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Live in Their World helps organizations develop cultures and practices that treat all individuals with respect and civility. We incorporate virtual reality and cognitive learning to drive lasting behavioral change across entire organizations. 

The urgent need for corporations to address bias and subtle, often unintentional, discrimination has become apparent. Live in Their World is committed to addressing incivility and demographic-based bias, such as that related to race/ethnicity and gender, to help create workplaces that are more respectful for all.

Our Dear Robin column addresses questions about workplace bias, disrespect, and incivility. The answers suggest possible ways such issues can be handled with respect and integrity.

 

Robin says, “In my roles as both an executive coach and a psychotherapist, I often heard about challenging interactions at work in which people were disrespected, but were unclear what to do about it. The Live in Their World program is fundamentally about helping people be more respectful, and I thought that a column addressing specific disrespectful situations would continue that work."

Live in Their World helps organizations develop cultures and practices that treat all individuals with respect and civility. We incorporate virtual reality and cognitive learning to drive lasting behavioral change across entire organizations. 

Our Dear Robin column addresses questions about workplace bias, disrespect, and incivility. The answers suggest possible ways such issues can be handled with respect and integrity.

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Feedback is—or should be—an integral part of our work lives. We need feedback to know whether we are doing what our position requires of us. In our newest white paper, Best Practices in Giving and Receiving Feedback, Dr. Robin Rosenberg discusses important steps when giving and receiving feedback in the workplace. 

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