KELLY IN THE media
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Click on photo or this link to hear my podcast interview about “Work Minus Bystanders” with Neil Miller.
“We’re just like, ‘Well, it doesn’t involve me. It’s not my business.’ But it really is all of our business.”
“There’s all kinds of ways for us to do something. But silence is not an option.”
“If we let other people make decisions for us, we’re giving away our power.”
“We like being part of things, we like to be parts of groups. And so, we can either choose to be part of the positive group that’s really doing something to intervene and make sure that we have a safe environment. Or we can be part of the group that just sits back and allows it to happen.”
THE BYSTANDER EFFECT AND HOW TO AVOID IT
The Bystander Effect: When everyone is waiting for the other person to act, we just keep waiting.
Being a bystander is not limited to witnessing an event on the street. There are bystanders in the workplace and on the world wide web.
Click on photo to watch Kelly on 6 in the Mix on NBC.
THE WORKPLACE AMIDST THE ME TOO AND TIME’S UP MOVEMENT WITH KELLY CHARLES-COLLINS
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REAL TALK WITH DR. RASHAD RICHEY
KELLY FEATURED ON GOOD LIFE TAMPA BAY
Georgia World Congress Center HR Star Conference. Kelly debuts NEW book "Ace Your workplace Investigations".
Articles Featuring Kelly
“Changing [discrimination against women in the workplace] requires leadership mindset change and buy-in, training — discrimination and bystander intervention training, and policy overhaul,” says Charles-Collins. “It also requires men and women in the workplace to be allies, not bystanders. Inaction is indifference. In our silence lies complicity.”
“I don’t see color,” he proudly proclaimed. I remained silent and allowed him to continue. My silence did us both a disservice. I completely missed a teaching moment. So, here’s my do over.
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.
If you or someone you know was recently fired, don’t despair. It’s easy to feel pessimistic when you’re out of a job, but there are actionable steps you can take to bridge the transition from one position to the next.