Small business strategist Kathy Catlin Davis and brand strategist Joie Gharrity have teamed up to talk about a tough – and prevalent – topic in today’s business environment in a three part telesiminar: "Bullying, Branding and Justice: the intersection of business andthe law in online world."
In today's marketplace the online world has become an everyday constant both personally and in business. The internet has opened up so many amazing doors of opportunity and has created a large and connected community. But along with the amazing gift of the internet also comes the problem of cyber-bullying both for our children and adults.
At one time or another everyone will experience some sort of cyber-bullying and this can be harmful to your personal and business brand if not handled properly. " Too many people hide under the covers, hoping it will go away,” said Joie Gharrity. “That is the worst thing you can do for your brand.”
Transitional Career Strategist Teri Hockett shared her unique point of view with Kathy and I along with her recent article Cyberbullying among Working Women."Cyberbullying is not just the implication or the words alone it is the very nature of how quickly it can spread and it is almost impossible to stop because of the very nature of the anonymity of the Internet."
It's all about VISIBILITY first
Founder/Principal Joie Gharrity