When the Harvey Weinstein sexual misconduct stories broke in 2017, other women in other workplaces became emboldened to speak out. The silence was broken - at least for some. Loyola's Jill Geisler was asked to help lead a groundbreaking meeting a the Newseum in Washington, DC to examine the systems that led to the silence about sexual misconduct in media organizations. She's now leading the Power Shift Project - which the Newseum's Freedom Forum has established to create better, safer workplaces. Jill shares lessons for managers in all fields from the Power Shift Summit's detail and disturbing report.
July 29, 2018