With Cile Johnson & Keith Arachikavitz

Originally Recorded: Wednesday, March 2, 2022 at 1:00 EDT/10:00 am PDT

Incivility and a lack of respect have a direct negative impact on an organization’s ability to create a culture of belonging. Disrespect hurts key aspects of the employee experience. (Recruiting, inclusion, retention, innovation, morale, and employee health and well-being)

In our Choosing Respect Survey, a startling 80% of participants said they have experienced incivility within their own workplace. 100% of participants agree that any form of incivility harms the team. This negative impact spreads through the organization, to the customers and your ability to achieve inclusion.

In the workplace respect and civility are paramount—and without it you will struggle to create an inclusive culture where individuals feel they belong.

Join Chief Business Officer, Cile Johnson, and Facilitator, Keith Arachikavitz, for an interactive discussion about turning the tide on incivility and creating a culture of belonging for your organization.

Your first steps – start here.

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Cile Johnson

Chief Business Officer, Talent Dimensions

Cile Johnson is a business leader with vast experience helping organizations solve their most pressing leadership and talent challenges. Early in her career, she held various positions of increasing responsibility within the telecommunications industry at Sprint and AT&T. It was through those leadership experiences that Cile found her passion in the human capital management space and transitioned to leadership positions at the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) and then Mind Gym. Over the next 16 years, Cile and her teams supported Fortune 500 companies across all industries to enhance the performance of their most important resource — their talent.

Cile is a co-owner and serves as Chief Business Officer for Talent Dimensions. She oversees the sales and marketing and finance and IT functions. Her team is responsible for understanding the unique talent management and development needs in the marketplace. Through research, consulting and talent development, this team aligns solutions in support of those needs.

Cile received her MA in Organization Development from Fielding Graduate University. She also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and Business Administration from North Carolina Wesleyan College. She attended the Young Executives Institute at Kenan Flagler Business School. Cile is certified in CCL’s suite of 360-degree assessments.

Keith Arachikavitz

Senior Facilitator, Talent Dimensions

Keith is a Senior Facilitator specializing in diversity and inclusion, harassment and discrimination, cross-cultural communication, implicit bias, equal opportunity and workplace incivility.

With over 20 years of experience, Keith is committed to diversity and inclusion especially centering on the principles of dignity and respect. As such he has spent the last 15 years assisting organizations through climate analysis, employee development and organizational cultural change.