“Harassment doesn’t happen here” is a comment I often hear. The truth is, it does and it runs the spectrum of small annoying harassments to the most tragic of harassment outcomes. True leaders recognize their responsibility in preventing harassment and take immediate and proven action steps.
“Checking the box” after watching a video compliant sexual harassment training doesn’t work. It doesn’t reach people on a deep and meaningful level. Where they can see it in themselves and in others. It needs to go deeper and be more authentic but without the blame, shame, judgment and isolation normally associated with what is healthy and unhealthy behavior.
I hear this as feedback in my workshops and training (yes…now virtual!) and that’s how I know I can help. I have a different approach and level of personal insight and accountability. Proven in my work:
* Preventing Harassment – A Leadership Imperative
* Leading a Healthy Workplace Environment
I co-teach with leadership expert, Rear Admiral (Retired) and former Commanding Officer of Camp David, Michael Giorgione this highly interactive and critical workshop on preventing harassment and building healthy workplace cultures where people are united in respect, trust and integrity.
We explore the Big 5 of harassment (emotional, verbal, physical, sexual and financial), power and control, tools of harassers and manipulators, and take a deep dive on individuals’ biases, discriminations, preconceptions and unhealthy behaviors.
We provide Self-Empowerment Life Skills of self-regulation, healthy boundary lines and successful reporting.
If you want to be the change to end harassment…contact me. Together we can do it!
Domestic Abuse & Child Abuse are on the rise during COVID-19. Please reach out to each other to check in. Abuse happens when one person seeks power & control over someone else typically through isolation and unworthiness brainwashing.
* The more you know, the more you can spot it for yourself and others.
* The more you recognize it, the more you can help be the solution.
* I care about you. You are not alone. UNITY.
* I’ve been through both childhood abuse and domestic abuse. There is a way out and a truly beautiful life on the other side. OPTIMISM.
More information on understanding abuse can be found on this website under the “About” tab.
Or contact me personally and I’ll happily help you find a local resource for yourself or for someone you care about. Everyone deserves safety and love. And…that includes you!
Here’s my absolute best piece of advice. The most profound insight I have for YOU. Possibly the most significant self-motivating tip you will hear.
You don’t need me or anybody else. YOU – Already – Got – This!
You already have the inner-strength! The wisdom! The capability!
It’s ok to be knocked down by your doubt and fear and stress. COVID-19 is bringing a hail-storm of these feelings.
We all have voices of limiting self-beliefs. It’s to be expected. It’s okay.
And yet, we all rise…sooner or later…to face those fears. Stare them down. Confront them.
When we realize they are weak and mean little lies…we SHRED them!
Don’t be afraid my friend. You are stronger than you think. Wiser than you know. And always surrounded by people like me, who you’ve maybe never met, but care and love you.
Relentlessly move forward…believe in you and then reach out to those around you…and believe in them.
I’m counting on you. I don’t want to hear about one more suicide. You are not alone.
We got this!
Please send this message to those you feel could benefit from hearing from you. A friendly note can be a prevention of depression and suicide. Thank you for caring about being the best YOU and caring about helping others.
These horses and singing birds stopped me in my tracks today. Before seeing them, I was in my own little rollercoaster world due to COVID-19. They caught my attention and helped me realize I was focused on my stress and fear. I was grateful for the reminder so captured this video and as it turns out, I thought about them the rest of my run. Here’s what they helped me realize.
Being in social isolation, it’s easy to feel alone…even if you are with others. Feeling alone, we can feel scared and unsafe, especially for someone who’s been through any kind of past trauma.
* First step is recognizing the subconscious connection of feeling alone triggering feelings of stress and fear. THINK.
* Second step is consciously re-thinking and saying to ourselves “Being alone builds my inner-strength. I am safe.” SAY.
* Third step is being in nature’s sanctuary and exercising. For me, elevating my heart during trail running works out my stress, reminds me of my personal power, and that there is always goodness to be found in the world. DO.
What steps will you Think, Say, Do today…for betterment of yourself and those you lead?
What additional support in pro-actively facing stress, fear and uncertainty?
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Timothy “Chachi” Pachasa is that kind of guy! He makes you want to learn more! Not only is his U.S. Air Force call sign of “Chachi” intriguing… but so is he! Trust me, he’s the real-deal…stellar military career, brave family man, unstoppable life-zest and leading others with a serving heart!
In addition to being a leadership leader, business adviser and CAPE innovator, he’s also a podcast host. Today you can hear our chat about those positive characteristics and how to lower stress, especially during COVID-19. Listen in and you’ll see why I admire his CAPE work!
Please share your insights and comments. We all learn from each other and are more united by sharing….even in this time of isolation and physical-distancing.