7 Forms of Respect Paperback Launch

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Lourdes Tsukada
(206) 334-5200
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Thursday, June 23, 2022  7-8pm at Seattle Public Library-Central Library

What forms of respect matter to you and to others? Philanthropic leader Tisha Held will interview Dr. Julie Pham, the author of the 7 Forms of Respect, followed by open Q & A, a short book reading, and a conversation about respect. 

This is an in-person event that will also be live streamed. Pre-registration is required to watch virtually and is optional for in-person. 

Join us to learn more about “7 Forms of Respect” and how your communication can improve when you understand them better.

This event is supported by The Seattle Public Library Foundation and the Gary and Connie Kunis Foundation. Thanks to media sponsor The Seattle Times. This event will be recorded, captioned and then posted on the Library's YouTube channel after the event. Books will be available for sale at Central Library on the evening of the event.


About the book:

We grew up thinking you should treat others how you’d want to be treated. But what if the Golden Rule isn’t always right.

In this practical guide for any team leader and team player in the American workplace, Dr. Julie Pham helps you navigate the ambiguity of what it means to respect others. She offers thought-provoking questions and exercises that will transform your communication and relationships with the people you work with in lasting and surprising ways.

With the 7 Forms of Respect, you will:

  • Become more self-aware of how your expectations may differ from others
  • Learn how to ask your colleagues what they need to be respected as well as all as to articulate your own needs
  • Shift the energy expended on workplace misunderstandings towards cultivating meaningful relationships and results


About the speakers:

Julie Pham PhD, is a writer, scholar, and CEO of CuriosityBased, which fosters curiosity in the world, starting in the workplace. She is an award-winning leader who applies her community building experience to strengthening teams.

Tisha Held is a Mother, a Wife, a Relationship Builder, and an Equity Advocate. At BECU, she is the Philanthropy and BECU Foundation Manager and has been awarded for her advocacy and support for underrepresented communities.


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