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NTL 007: The 2017 Sexual Abuse Scandals; What They Mean; And Their Long Term Impact on The Working World

NTL 007: The 2017 Sexual Abuse Scandals; What They Mean; And Their Long Term Impact on The Working World

Jon and Jess talk about the pressure to have new year’s resolutions, the busy circus that is December, and how they’re preparing for the coming year.  They go on to discuss how important the recent sexual abuse scandals are and why they feel compelled to address them.  They explain how the internet has pressaged and created the environment that allows for these scandals to be made public, discuss some parallels with the progress of the civil rights movement, and debate whether the shift in sentiment around the scandals is a momentary blip or a permanent change.  They also go into their personal views on the boundaries of relationships in work and the difficulty of deciding what is acceptable when you work independently or are networking in less formal settings.  They close by touching on the international impact of the scandals. Listen to this Episode and Learn:How our hosts are preparing for the coming yearThe long term impact of the recent sexual abuse scandalsHow our hosts think about relationship boundaries in work and networkingThe international impact of the recent sexual abuse scandal Mentioned in the Episode: Trump Access Hollywood bus controversy Trump’s accusations of sexual assault Harvey Weinstein accusations UK Parliamentary sex scandals Francois hollande mistress scandal

Duration: 1 hr 2 min

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