What Next? After #MeToo

Davia Temim, Head of a Reputation/Crisis/Culture Consulting Firm in NYC, US who handles multiple Fortune 500 clients has this to say (paraphrased), in a piece published on the Voice of America, about the stabilizing (inference mine) corporate response to #MeToo: Investors now hesitate putting money into firms/businesses with unresolved #MeToo situations Corporations are now more concerned about…

Backlash: Understanding the Reaction

The Economist Magazine along with pollster YouGov compared the results of two polls conducted with a year in between, post-#MeToo, in the US. 1500 American adults were surveyed for their attitudes and reactions to the public naming and shaming of sexual offenders in the workplace. Unsurprisingly, the poll found this … While a backlash (or…

#MeToo: A Year After

It’s been more than a year since #MeToo broke all across the world starting from the US. There has been a substantial reveal of attitudes that were not readily acknowledged, a reaction that was not unexpected and a corporate response that was not entirely unpredictable. These three reactions are captured in the image-text that follow…