E very business person today understands
T he #Me Too Movement. Yet it is still
H ard to Believe that someone
I nsists he had the right to walk into someone’s residence
and announce, “He’s in
C harge now,” and begin to harrass a woman who multiple
times tells him to
S top. ©Jo Ann M. Radja
The Non-Violence movement is remembered today on the anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s birth. As a Leader within the civil rights movement in the 1960’s, he espoused how a Non-Violent Movement could provide dignity and respect for those who faced racism. Dr. King holds, for many cultures, a heroic status of how to act in a nonviolent way.
I was in my residence when the scenario discussed above in the ETHICS Anagram occurred last Friday. The man was not in Charge of anything. The situation was scary to say the least. It begged me to try to remain calm as the man had a mission that held no rationality to it. It was only when I said that he was on camera (not mine, the building’s) that he ran out, after some five minutes.
As you Choose Who You Want to be Known As this week, consider how your actions can provide respect and dignity to others. It’s never easy in a difficult or crisis situation, yet we have to do the best we can under the circumstances. Have a good week!
“Jo Ann” M. Radja, Executive Coach Life in Good
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