About the Author
Paul Meshanko — President & CEO, Legacy Business Cultures
Paul Meshanko is an author, internationally recognized speaker and business leader with over 20 years of experience in leadership development and organizational culture change. After a 12-year career with AlliedSignal, he opened Legacy Business Cultures in 1997 to serve corporations growing demand for change management and employee engagement training.
Under his leadership, the business has grown to become one of the most successful staff development and employee survey providers for companies of all sizes. Legacy’s client list includes the Fortune 500 and many global organizations seeking to enrich their productivity while creating a dynamic environment for each employee’s success.
As a presenter and facilitator, Paul has captivated over a quarter million leaders and business professionals on five continents. His training materials have been translated into over 25 languages and his newsletter is read by thousands of subscribers each month.
His clients have included The Cleveland Clinic, DuPont, Parker Hannifin, BASF, Progressive Insurance, MTD, Johnson Controls, Symantec, McGraw-Hill, Toyota, The U.S. EPA, and Ernst & Young. Always with an eye toward research and science, his speaking themes include organizational and personal resilience, work-life balance, neuroleadership, diversity, employee engagement and respectful work cultures.
Paul holds a bachelor of science degree in business administration from The Ohio State University and a master of business administration degree from Baldwin Wallace College. A dedicated husband and father, he has been an active member of the Human Resource Planning Society and served on the board of directors for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland. His first book, Conversations on Success, was released in May 2006.
In July of 2013, Paul with his wife, Kim and their two children relocated from Cleveland to Washington, DC to open a satellite office for Legacy Business Cultures.
“We will keep our headquarters in Cleveland and have now launched a presence in the beltway where Legacy has strong linkages with companies and organizations looking to incorporate our training into their workplaces,” said Paul.
Our teams of partners and advisors on respect, resiliency, diversity and employee training will continue to serve our global clients with a new emphasis on the east coast of the United States.