Sexual Harassment is one of the more timely topics in today’s corporate marketplace. Stewart, Cooper & Coon CEO, Fred Coon, has launched a new sub-series of his “Workplace Strategies” Podcast, entitled, “Women In The Workplace” which further analyzes this important subject. Each of six sessions explores a different aspect of the effect of sexual harassment on professional women. Fred’s first interviews are with career and legal experts, respectively, Lisa Barrington and Susan Savitt.
About the Guests:
Lisa Barrington is an ICF certified coach, workplace & engagement strategist, who has worked with organizations spanning from small non-profits to Fortune 100 companies in health care, higher education, finance, and technology to increase leadership effectiveness, deepen employee engagement, and improve business results. Lisa’s is published in Forbes Online and The Association for Talent Development and is quoted by the Associated Press, US News and World Report, CNBC, Zenefits, and Fast Company, among other publishers. Lisa has spoken about organizational effectiveness in front of several audiences, including the Western Association of Colleges and University Business Officers, the Society for Human Resources Management, and at Arizona State University. She is a certified coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation as well as a Board Certified Coach (BCC); certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) through the Human Resources Certification Institute; and a Senior Certified Professional through the Society for Human Resources (SHRM).
Susan Savitt, a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University and Columbia University School of Law, is an experienced and recognized practitioner in the fields of labor and employment law, primarily from the management perspective and serving both public and private sector clients. Ms. Savitt practiced in a large and small entities both nationally and internationally, as a litigator, trainer, negotiator, adviser, investigator, and drafter of personnel related policies and documents. She also served as a mediator for private clients and the federal courts, and conducted numerous seminars on a broad range of issues, including for example, employment law, the Fair Labor Standards Act, reductions in force, sexual harassment, diversity, compensation, termination, hiring practices, and traditional labor law. After leaving the big city practice Ms. Savitt represented many small enterprises, school districts, and individuals.