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Hear from four battle hardened very senior trusted strategic communications advisors discuss and debate the emerging role of CEOs as the new global community leaders

From IABC’s Circle of Fellows . . .
The panel includes Amanda Hamilton-Attwell, James Lukaszewski, Ned Lundquist, and Leticia Narvaez. FIR podcast host Shel Holtz will moderate.

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Live on May 17, 12:00 PM!!!

Explore the issues CEOs have chosen to talk about: decency, civility, immigration, race relations, income disparity, sustainability, sexual orientation and gender rights, sexual harassment and assault, plus a range of other divisive issues.

During the live podcast on May 17th, 12:00 pm, the panel will answer questions submitted in real time via Twitter using the hashtag #COF33.

Link to watch live podcast: https://firpodcastnetwork.com/advocacy-and-values-iabc-fellows-explore-business-role-in-social-causes/

Every day the U.S. and many other countries see companies and public officials go down.

The reactions by perpetrators are predictable:

Silence
Stalling
Victim confusion (Predators claims they are the real victims)
Testosterosis (verbally slapping around people, accusers, the media, in addition to their victims))
Denial (I did not have sex with that woman)
Diversion (I am not a crook)
Lying (I never crossed that line)
Arrogance (They asked for it)
Search for the Guilty (Blame shifting)
Reverse denigration (I am not a racist)
Fear of the Media
Whining (Woe is me)
Phony apologies (If I offended you, I’m sorry)

Employees are demanding that good companies speak up.

As more and more companies, leaders and senior executives become casualties of sexual assault, #MeToo, #Standup, #Whatsnext, and the prospect of some of previously shunned or ejected offenders returning to work or the public eye, more and more good organizations will have to take stands.

What are the risks and rules?
What are the pitfalls and potholes to avoid?
What if your company is led by perpetrators and offenders?
What if employees are insistent but the boss is resistant?
What if the lawyers say no?

You can watch the panel on this page or on YouTube. If you can’t make it for the live broadcast, the video replay will be available shortly afterward. You can also subscribe to the Circle of Fellows podcast to get the audio for listening later (and never miss a future episode). Past episodes are also available on the Circle of Fellows podcast page.

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Some other reference materials you may find of interest:

Profiles in Failure (View Here)

Managing the Victim Dimension of Mass Casualty Situations (View Here)

The Perfect Apology (View Here)

Seeking Forgiveness (View Here)

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