Toxic Workplaces: How to Resurrect Civility in BusinessFrom modern technology making interpersonal relationships rather impersonal to the rise of employee bullying and cultural disrespect, more and more business environments have entered what many believe to be an era of toxicity. In fact, a recent survey by the organization Civility in America, reports that 95 percent of respondents saying that incivility has become a real problem, with another 74 percent saying it’s gotten worse in recent years. To draw attention to the prevalence of uncivilized behavior in the workplace and to focus on real solutions to these growing challenges, The Protocol School of Washington is designating its annual “National Business Etiquette Week” with a theme of “Toxic Workplaces: How to Resurrect Civility in Business.”
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Past winners include:
Konrad Philip  National Business Etiquette Week “Running on Respect” tuition contest with his “We the People” pledge.
Brooke Peterson  National Business Etiquette Week "What will Business Etiquette look like in 2025?" tuition contest with her Future of Etiquette video.