At their core people want to be good and, indeed, have the innate capability to be so. Check out this article about just how right Mr. Rogers was.
Unless you've completely secluded yourself from all media over the past couple of years, you've seen and heard the stories of prominent and public figures who have been disgraced or ousted following allegations of #sexualharassment.
You may be wondering: Is this how the process usually works? The short answer is "no." So what does happen when someone makes an accusation? How is guilt determined? And how does an organization avoid being sued for wrongful termination?
Get answers in Episode 103 of the sexual harassment mini-series for The US at Work #Podcast, hosted by Fred Coon, Chairman & CEO of Stewart, Cooper & Coon. In this episode, Employment Attorney Susan Savitt and I discuss the rights of those involved, typical employer procedures, and how the law works.
Catch a 30-second snippet in the video below, then listen to the entire episode here >> https://loom.ly/ae2Y3fw
Sneak peek of Episode 104: Is sexual harassment limited to man to woman or boss to employee? Or can it occur woman to man, with peers, or in same-sex situations?
Great listen for anyone in leadership. Dr. Brad Shuck shares his research based insights into the five most cited behaviors of a "stinky leader" - 1. Ignores my opinion 2. Takes ownership of my ideas 3. Breaks promises 4. Withholds information and 5. Makes negative comments about me. What do you think about his findings? https://behavioralgrooves.com/episode/brad-shuck-being-ignored-is-worse-than-having-a-stapler-thrown-at-you/