We are honored to join the Institute for Civil Discourse in calling on the presidential debate moderators to adopt a set of Debate Standards designed to ensure that the 2016 Presidential Debates are fair, informative, and civil.
1. Be honest (with others and yourself) about the information you distribute regarding candidates, policies and opinions.
Donna and Bob are a great example of showing respect, even when you disagree.
Compromise can be difficult. If you do not communicate clearly and respectfully, neither individual may be happy with the result.
Being considerate not only helps others, but it gives each of us something to take pride in and feel good about.
We’ve all been there. You were in the middle of a great conversation and things turned ugly.
Someone has just challenged your viewpoint on a sensitive issue. We’ve got some advice to help you get out of the situation without losing your control.
To help your meeting stay respectful, it is helpful to set expectations at the beginning of a meeting.