How Do You Intervene When You Witness Racism, Bias And Bigotry In The Workplace?

no more bystanding

In larger groups, people may be less likely to intervene when they witness bullying, crime or other bad behaviors taking place—a phenomenon called the bystander effect. Attorney, speaker, author and consultant Kelly Charles-Collins transforms bystanders into allies and advocates and provides employee guidance on how to speak up and take action when you witness discrimination, bullying, and harassment. Kelly sat down with Forbes to discuss the bystander effect and how to intervene if you ever witness discrimination taking place at work.

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