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May 16, 2022

How do we know when to intervene and help someone in need? Kelly Charles-Collins is a retired employment law attorney, TEDx Speaker, coach, and founder of Ladies Who Leverage and CEO of HR Legally Speaking, LLC. She’s been an adjunct professor at several universities, an international arbitrator, founder of a nonprofit for breast cancer, and she has written multiple books including: ACE Your Workplace Investigations and Conversations Change Things.

Listen as we discuss the bystander effect, why it happens, the impact of social media on our behavior, and how we can avoid inaction and safely intervene when a crime or abuse is taking place.

There is always something we can do to help, even in the most sensitive situations, however it’s not always being the “hero” that’s best. Kelly unpacks the 4 C’s to safe intervention and provides real-life examples of appropriate action and how we can use our influence to help those in need.

What We Discuss with Kelly Charles-Collins in This Episode

  • The Bystander Effect
  • Real-life examples
  • There’s always room to do something
  • Factors why people get involved or not
  • Unpacking George Floyd’s murder
  • Race, ethnicity, and religion
  • The 4 C’s for safe intervention
  • Enrolling others to help someone in need
  • Interrupting the pattern
  • The impact of social media
  • Helping people who say they don’t want help

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