Dr. Paul White is a psychologist, author, speaker, and consultant who "makes work relationships work". For the past 20 years, he's improved numerous businesses, wealthy family estates, and non-profit organizations by helping them:
Create positive workplace relationships and environments.
Eliminate the cynicism, sarcasm and lack of trust that often is associated with employee ... VIEW MORE
Improving Staff Morale with Authentic Appreciation
Funds continue to be tight in all sectors; as a result, the stress level in workplaces is still extremely high. In spite ... View More
How Authentic Appreciation Reduces Resistance to Change
Change is part of our everyday lives, especially in the workplace. Updated rules and regulations , new technology, ... View More
How to Avoid Becoming a Toxic Workplace
More and more is being discussed about the toxic workplace – and research has shown that millions of people report ... View More
Laying the Foundation for a Healthy Organization: Communication, Trust & Respect
While communicating appreciation to colleagues is important and valuable, if there are underlying challenges with poor ... View More
- In an environment where employees are overworked and underappreciated, it is important to communicate encouragement to our colleagues, superiors, customers and vendors. Dr. White's "5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace" addresses this issue . . .
- John Duncan, PhD, CPA Dean - School of Business Charleston Southern University
- "Dr. White's material is relevant, particularly to our ever-changing, multi-generational workforce. His appreciation concepts are beneficial to everyone in the workforce, regardless of a person's level in the company. His information has helped me feel more aware of issues relation to appreciation in my workplace an din society."
- John Rolfe - Houston Convention Bureau
- He did a fantastic job of combining his passion with both intellect and humor. He connected well with my team and since his speech, we’ve changed our focus to landing authentic appreciation in a real way across the organization.
- Andy Erlandson - Microsoft, Inc.