EKTIMIS Releases First Two Books in Powerful New Series Focused Exclusively on Respect

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EKTIMIS.com, an innovative online brand focused on human capital development, releases the first two books in its powerful new series - The Top Ten Laws of Respect. The availability of the new books is particularly timely, given the frequent occurrence of events that continue to highlight issues of racial tension, race relations, and workplace diversity.

Top Ten Laws of Respect Book Series

These two books restore emphasis on respect, the cornerstone for a strong personal relationship and the critical foundation to successful workplace diversity.

EKTIMIS, a new business brand focused on reshaping thinking and attitudes, releases the first two books in a powerful new series, The Top Ten Laws of Respect. The first book, The Top Ten Laws of Respect - A Personal Guide, presents the principles that govern respect, with a focus on interpersonal relationships. The second book, The Top Ten Laws of Respect in the Workplace - A Professional Guide, presents the principles that govern respect, with a focus on a workplace setting.

The body of literary principles, The Top Ten Laws of Respect, that serve as the basis for the new books are rooted in historical research works by notable scholars that include Stephen Darwall, professor of philosophy, and the late Milton Rokeach, PhD, professor of social psychology. The new books reveal principles that are fundamental, simple, and intellectual with the potential to reshape thinking and attitudes. By interlacing the presentation with a collection of illustrative stories, the author supports the lessons in the books in a very engaging and enjoyable manner.

The first book in the series, The Top Ten Laws of Respect - A Personal Guide, serves as a powerful resource for personal growth by restoring emphasis on respect, the cornerstone for strong personal relationships. The second book, The Top Ten Laws of Respect in the Workplace - A Professional Guide, emerges as a valuable resource to organizations by emphasizing respect as the foundation to successful workplace diversity.

The EKTIMIS brand is the creation of Niyi Taiwo, a continuous improvement expert with over 21 years of experience working with Fortune 500 companies, governmental entities, as well as small businesses. He is the author of the EKTIMIS Top Ten Laws of Respect literary principles, as well as the author of the book series bearing the same titles. He states, "By engaging a psychological approach to present the principles that govern respect, readers are presented with the invisible aspect of respect - the thought process and attitude that precedes an observed behavior. This affords readers a very engaging and introspective reading experience."

The new books are available in paperback at EKTIMIS.com, Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble.com, Books-a-Million.com and other fine bookstores. The third book in the series, The Top Ten Laws of Respect at Home - A Family Guide, is expected to be released in December, 2009.

Books Specification:
The Top Ten Laws of Respect - A Personal Guide by N. Taiwo (ISBN 978-1615792702)
The Top Ten Laws of Respect in the Workplace - A Professional Guide by N. Taiwo (ISBN 978-1615792498)

About EKTIMIS:
EKTIMIS is an innovative human capital development solutions provider. EKTIMIS develops its own brand of original products and services that include respect-themed books, articles, multimedia videos, workplace diversity training seminars (featuring the hallmark EKTIMIS Respect in the Workplace Program), and powerful inspirational picture-framed artifacts for individuals, working professionals, parents, and organizations. EKTIMIS and EKTIMIS.com are a licensed brand and an operating business division (DBA) of Strategic Enterprise Technology, Inc., a creative Boston-based performance improvement solutions company founded in 1999. Follow EKTIMIS news and activities on Twitter/ektimis and visit the EKTIMIS Store for more information on current and coming offerings.

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