Someone at Your Organization Has Been Accused of Sexual Harassment. Now what?
Someone at your organization was accused of sexual harassment. Perhaps the harassment was in the form of an inappropriate remark, behavior, incident or outburst.
You work in leadership and have to respond. Or you may even be that person accused of harassment.
This episode looks at recent news stories of how organizations dealt with a sexual harassment issue when it became public.
Discussing what should happen from a public messaging perspective.
What do you say about the incident as a spokesperson for the organization? What do you say about the culture of your organization? What do you say if you were the person who was accused?
How to respond to sexual harassment within your organization in the age of social media.
Mentioned In This Episode
- NBCUniversal releases former staffers from confidentiality agreements about sexual harassment
- Where in the World Is Matt Lauer’s Reputation? Episode 50: Confident Communications Podcast
- Harvard Band Members Walk Out of Centennial Banquet After Alumni Comments on Sexual Harassment Policy
- Mark Halperin’s interview with Jennie Willoughby on the topic of his sexual harassment. [Full Video]
- Brandon Taubman fired by Astros in wake of the incident with female reporters
- Astros GM Jeff Luhnow Keeps Digging And Digging
- Twitter thread on “power blindspots” (@OscarRLanza)
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Public Relations expert Molly McPherson, APR, reveals the best practices help leaders become indestructible in today’s digital age and crisis-proof their organizations. A mix of discussing current news events along with interviews with newsmakers, communications professionals and business owners while providing insight from 20+ years of public relations and crisis communications expertise working for FEMA and heading communications for the cruise line industry to help take the fear out of communicating in the age of scrutiny. This podcast helps leaders communicate confidently–in writing, speaking, body language, social media — to be heard, seen and relevant.
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