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Civility Counts - An Image Perspective

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White paper published by the Association of Image Consultant International. The paper is a product of the AICI Civility Counts Project, a global initiatiive to raise awareness about civility and the civility code of conduct. Teh white paper discussess the origin and meaning of civility and how civility is integrally connected with business and personal image (appearance, behavior, communication). It also outlines steps for implementing a civility initiative in business or community.
Uploaded by kymsimage on 04/30/2010
Digital publication details: 17 pages.

Charm Offensive: Cultivating Civility in 21st Century Britain

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Civility can seem like an old fashioned concept and the British public tends to think we are on a spiral of decline when it comes to everyday politeness. This report, co-funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and Economic and Social Research Council, finds that far from a thing of the past, civility is something that people still care deeply about wherever they live, but it warns that long-term trends are making civility hard to maintain. It brings together what is known about civility from a range of disciplines and the findings of new empirical research undertaken in very different areas. Perhaps most significantly it shows that civility operates on a reciprocal basis and that it is‘contagious.'
Uploaded by youngfoundation on 10/25/2011
Digital publication details: 64 pages.

Civility Lost and Found

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Has Britain become an uncivil society? Civility Lost and Found argues that incivility has become common, whether in the behaviour of tv and radio presenters, revellers out on a Saturday night or drunks on airplanes, and that few issues matter as much to the public.This report points to a wide range of actions that could help to make Britain a more civil society, all of which build on projects already underway: powerful institutions taking more responsibility for the impact of their actions, and those of their leaders; the Internet offering civility checks for emails; firms and public services offering apologies when things go wrong, rather than oscillating between defensiveness and financial compensation; teenagers playing roles as civil guardians on the streets; schools teaching mindfulness; police forces providing on the spot prizes as well as spot fines for young people.
Uploaded by youngfoundation on 05/31/2009
Digital publication details: 64 pages.
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Civility - A Solid Foundation for Your Image

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Yasmin Anderson-Smith, image consultant and personal branding strategist shares insights on the meaning of civility and how to boost your image or career with the tools of considerate conduct. Includes a civility quiz and tips for building s positive image through embracing the principles of civility.
Uploaded by kymsimage on 04/21/2011
Digital publication details: 11 pages.

Civility at Work Magazine

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Civility In the workplace, research
Uploaded by taie on 02/17/2012
Digital publication details: 43 pages.

Online Civility Magazine

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Online Civility Magazine
Uploaded by civilityexperts on 09/17/2012
Digital publication details: 32 pages.

Civility and Communication

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An essay about modern civility.
Uploaded by captainvw on 12/11/2012
Digital publication details: 5 pages.

Civility at Work Magazine

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Civility in the workplace
Uploaded by taie on 02/17/2012
Digital publication details: 2 pages.

Christian Civility in an Uncivil World

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When we encounter a Christian who thinks and believes differently, we often experience that difference as an attack on the principles upon which we have built our lives and as a betrayal to the faith. These battles are not new—Christians have disagreed since the days of the early church. However, it is possible for Christians to retain their differences and yet unite in respect for each other. It is possible to love one another and at the same time retain our individual beliefs.
Uploaded by smythhelwys on 10/07/2009
Digital publication details: 20 pages.

Christian Civility in an Uncivil World

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Interfaith dialogue is hard, but intrafaith dialogue can be harder. Every Christian claims Jesus as Savior and Lord, so essential questions of how we understand Jesus, his earthly ministry, the meaning of the crucifixion, and the nature of his call upon our lives become the grounds of our essential debate and, literally, a matter of life and death. When we encounter a Christian who thinks and believes differently, we often experience that difference as an attack on the principles upon which we have built our lives and as a betrayal to the faith. These battles are not new—Christians have disagreed since the days of the early church. However, it is possible for Christians to retain their differences and yet unite in respect for each other. It is possible to love one another and at the same time retain our individual beliefs.
Uploaded by smythhelwys on 09/30/2009
Digital publication details: 10 pages.
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