Scenario #31 – Leading the Team

Scenarios 28-41 in Getting Ready: Your Journal to Help you Deal with and Heal from Sexual Harassment prompt us to think about proactively and positively leading the team – how we might intervene from a leadership perspective, when sexual harassment shows up in our workplace. This month’s Second Sunday discussion focused on Scenario #31: You are the supervisor of a […]

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Scenario #27: Get to Full Bloom & Take Control of Your Life with S.M.A.R.T.P. Goals for Q3 2020

You can only control your own thoughts, words and actions. To take control of your life, you need a plan of action. To help you with that, you need S.M.A.R.T.P. goals. They will point you in the right direction, help you take control and get to Full Bloom. With this in mind, every 12 weeks, Getting Ready invites each one […]

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Scenario #15: Cocky in the Cockpit?

This month’s Second Sunday Scenario #15, in Getting Ready: Your Journal to Help you Deal with and Heal from Sexual Harassment challenges us to think about how we might react in the situation in which our airline co-pilot incessantly tells sexual jokes and forces a pick-up-line contest during a 6-hour flight. With the intent to help each one of us […]

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What to Do When There is No HR & Your Harasser is the CEO

Two different participants in the latest seminar submitted HR-related questions. Last week’s question was about whether or not to trust HR. This week’s question is about what to do when there is no HR, especially if your CEO is the one harassing you. Any suggestions for people at start-ups or small companies without HR when sexual harassment begins? I’m sad […]

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Decision Tree – One Way to Help a Friend Decide to Report or Not

Dear Readers, especially HR experts, Deciding to report sexual harassment is often a difficult choice to make. There are many risks and often few benefits. However, it is within our rights to ask for it to stop and to ask others to help us stop it. We want to empower women and men to stand up to gender-based harassment, with […]

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