The reason we call our programs Positive Peer Communication, is because our approach is to teach the skills we want young people and adults to build for respectful self-advocacy, boundary setting, and effectively getting help. These skills do help to prevent bullying and harassment — and even more importantly: they are the same skills that help everyone to build positive, healthy relationships and a culture of safety and respect in their families, schools, communities, and workplaces.
I had the honor of being a guest with TalentCulture’s #TChat program and wanted to share with you these video and radio interviews. TalentCulture is an online community of Human Resource professionals that has over 78,000 followers on Twitter! ——— Watch Irene’s video pre-interview with TalentCulture’s #TChat Co-Host Kevin W. Grossman >>> & Listen to […]
The Tyler Clementi Foundation’s #Day1 Campaign encourages leaders of schools, organizations, businesses, and other groups to state clearly on the first day that cruel behavior for any reason is not acceptable and what to do if it happens.
We encourage everyone in a leadership position to read and learn from this report and for the NFL to follow through with meaningful consequences for each person who participated in this unethical behavior either directly or by not taking responsibility to make it stop.
I’ll never forget when my son, many years before Gavin de Becker pointed this out in The Gift of Fear, watched the movie The Graduate and said in a horrified voice, “You told me this was a funny movie, but he’s stalking her, Mom!”