is an Unconscious Bias, Bystander Intervention, and Workplace Investigations Expert. For 20+ years, Kelly has been empowering small businesses to Fortune 100 companies to discover and leverage the true value of their workforce, take action, and effectively investigate employee complaints.
She is also an employment attorney, TEDx Speaker on the Bystander Effect and the author of ACE Your Workplace Investigations: A Step-by-Step Guide for Avoiding Friction, Covering Your Assets, and Earning Employee Trust.
A powerhouse, Kelly’s presentations are interactive and thought-provoking. Through stories and her real-world experience, Kelly equips participants with realistic, practical tools they can implement immediately to overcome challenges in their workplace. But she’s not all business – you never know when there’ll be music and dancing.
Excited to be quoted in this article published on Feb. 4 in Women’s Wear Daily. I was asked to comment on Guess’ Chief Creative Officer Paul Marciano remaining on the job despite sexual harassment allegations.
It’s the same thing with declaring your neutrality when you see something for which you should be saying something. Being neutral disconnects you from your morals and values.
“I don’t cheat to win. I’d rather lose,” said 23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams to her male umpire at the US Open. Serena was defending her character and integrity in the face of what she believed was an accusation of cheating.