It’s been said “there’s no such thing as bad publicity” for people in the public spotlight.
Raise your hand if you disagree. Good.
From politicians to headliner comedians; from media icons to corporate founders, inclusion on the Naughty List of Sexual Harassment will bite back with instant career venom.
When allegations are proven, harassers must be held accountable and suffer consequences that fit the deed. But these bad actors don’t operate in silos; they’re typically employed within some form of organizational system, which itself becomes subject to intense scrutiny, sometimes before the headlines even break.