Using your words and asking for explicit consent — to hold someone’s hand, for a hug, if you’d like to call a colleague after hours and chat about non-work stuff — is the surest, easiest, safest way to ensure you’re on the same page.
Business & Economics
In the past few months, I have routinely encountered a few of the same questions/comments about what others are rightly calling “The Reckoning.”
It’s the easy — and altogether wrong — thing to do.
We need to stop asking when the wave of allegations will stop, and instead, we need to ask how it all began.
If you own a business or are climbing the ladder, saving your company millions of dollars by helping it form policies that intelligently manage sexuality could take you to the next level.
How do companies do that? Well, I'm glad you asked.
Do you want your business to be taken down by sexual harassment lawsuits? Didn't think so.
Sex sells. Sexuality sells better.
If you're facing sexual harassment in the workplace or even in school, learn from Steven Ing on how to deal with it.
Some of the choices will be difficult, but these tools will give you the confidence to make that necessary leap from just surviving to thriving.
Sexual harassment in the workplace is a huge problem and to begin to tackle this issue we first need to understand it.
This is the first part of our two-part series on this topic where we will try to unpack and understand it first. If it makes you sad, know it makes us sad too. Check out the next podcast on dealing with sexual harassment to feel better and give yourself the tools to solve it.