Last week, I shared with you Part 1 of my 3-part series on the social psychological phenomenon called the "Bystander Effect." As I mentioned, I had the privilege of sharing my expertise on this topic during my TEDx talk at TEDx Ocala this month.
When we wait for everyone to act, we just keep waiting. We want to believe if we see something, we will say something or do something. But the more people there are, the less likely we are to help someone in need.
Here we are – Part 3 of my 3-part series on the Bystander Effect. I hope you have enjoyed and learned from Parts 1 and 2. Before I discuss what actions we can take as bystanders, let's recap …
On November 3, 2018, I had the privilege and great pleasure of presenting my first TEDx talk at TEDx Ocala (www.tedxocala.com). I say first because I hope it won't be my last.