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This is episode 4 in the series: "Superman Isn't Coming, Save Yourself".

The content in this series is based on a survey our Founder, Michelle Horlbogen, conducted in the spring of 2021 about how prepared (or not) high school and college graduates felt to enter the workplace and deal with a potential toxic culture or workplace bullying.

This episode is a recording of a class Michelle taught at Mt. St. Mary's University to an MBA Leadership class, as the guest of Professor Greg Hofe in early 2021. In it, Michelle addresses the topics of workplace bullying, workplace culture & accountability in leadership, followed by Q & A.

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YOUR HOST: Michelle Horlbogen

HER MISSION: To foster civility, respect, and integrity (with a dash of sartorial elegance) in the boardroom and beyond.

HER STORY: Two days after reporting ethical concerns to her employer, Michelle was fired. Six months later, she launched The Gentlewoman Boss website and podcast as a platform to support others who experienced workplace bullying in a toxic workplace.

Her story caught the attention of and was featured in Thrive Global.

Michelle also has an obsession with vintage clothing and fashion. She sells what doesn’t fit on her website, The Red Velvet Shoe Vintage.

This podcast is the place where her two passions collide.

The Gentlewoman Boss Podcast has received numerous accolades, including being ranked in the top 10% globally by Listen Notes, Top 20 Best Month Reporting Podcasts of 2021 by Welp Magazine, #36/200 in Top Entrepreneurship Podcasts by Podchaser, & Top 20 Best Whistleblower Podcasts for 2021 by Castbox Media.

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    How do you embrace change? Do you welcome it, or resent it? In today's episode, Michelle talks about her journey over the past two years with launching her website and podcast, all the ups and downs along the way, and why embracing when it's time to make a change is an important breakthrough.Michelle talks about the downside of staying immersed in negative conversations and content, especially when you're trying to heal or move past a negative life experience. She talks about the sad reality that there is bullying and unhealthy competition within the anti-bullying sector and, while she'll always be an advocate for healthy workplaces and against workplace bullies, why she's decided to move onto more fulfilling and positive experiences, people and places and reclaim her joy.She also makes a big announcement about a new part of her show that will be a delight to all lovers of fashion, style, vintage lifestyle and proper wardrobe etiquette - and yes, gentlemen are still welcome!Thank you for listening!Don’t forget to Rate, Review & Subscribe!YOUR HOST: Michelle HorlbogenHER MISSION: To foster civility, respect, and integrity (with a dash of sartorial elegance) in the boardroom and beyond.HER STORY: Two days after reporting ethical concerns to her employer, Michelle was fired. Six months later, she launched The Gentlewoman Boss website and podcast as a platform to support others who experienced workplace bullying in a toxic workplace.Her story caught the attention of and was featured in Thrive Global.Michelle also has an obsession with vintage clothing and fashion. She sells what doesn’t fit on her website, The Red Velvet Shoe Vintage.This podcast is the place where her two passions collide.The Gentlewoman Boss Podcast has received numerous accolades, including being ranked in the top 10% globally by Listen Notes, Top 20 Best Month Reporting Podcasts of 2021 by Welp Magazine, #36/200 in Top Entrepreneurship Podcasts by Podchaser, & Top 20 Best Whistleblower Podcasts for 2021 by Castbox Media.BECOME A SPONSORVISIT THE GENTLEWOMAN BOSSVISIT THE RED VELVET SHOE VINTAGEJOIN THE COMMUNITYWHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYINGSUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWSLETTERFOLLOW ON SOCIAL @gentlewomanbossYouTubeLinkedInInstagramFacebookTwitterSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-gentlewoman-boss/donations
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    Ep. 18 - Managing Workplace Bullying & Accountability as Leaders in Organizations S1/4

    52:07

    This is episode 4 in the series: "Superman Isn't Coming, Save Yourself".The content in this series is based on a survey our Founder, Michelle Horlbogen, conducted in the spring of 2021 about how prepared (or not) high school and college graduates felt to enter the workplace and deal with a potential toxic culture or workplace bullying.This episode is a recording of a class Michelle taught at Mt. St. Mary's University to an MBA Leadership class, as the guest of Professor Greg Hofe in early 2021. In it, Michelle addresses the topics of workplace bullying, workplace culture & accountability in leadership, followed by Q & A.Thank you for listening!Don’t forget to Rate, Review & Subscribe!YOUR HOST: Michelle HorlbogenHER MISSION: To foster civility, respect, and integrity (with a dash of sartorial elegance) in the boardroom and beyond.HER STORY: Two days after reporting ethical concerns to her employer, Michelle was fired. Six months later, she launched The Gentlewoman Boss website and podcast as a platform to support others who experienced workplace bullying in a toxic workplace.Her story caught the attention of and was featured in Thrive Global.Michelle also has an obsession with vintage clothing and fashion. She sells what doesn’t fit on her website, The Red Velvet Shoe Vintage.This podcast is the place where her two passions collide.The Gentlewoman Boss Podcast has received numerous accolades, including being ranked in the top 10% globally by Listen Notes, Top 20 Best Month Reporting Podcasts of 2021 by Welp Magazine, #36/200 in Top Entrepreneurship Podcasts by Podchaser, & Top 20 Best Whistleblower Podcasts for 2021 by Castbox Media.BECOME A SPONSORVISIT THE GENTLEWOMAN BOSSVISIT THE RED VELVET SHOE VINTAGEJOIN THE COMMUNITYWHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYINGSUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWSLETTERFOLLOW ON SOCIAL @gentlewomanbossYouTubeLinkedInInstagramFacebookTwitterSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-gentlewoman-boss/donations
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    Ep. 17 - The Real Intent & Role of Human Resources in Corporate America S1/3

    51:21

    This is episode 3 in the series: "Superman Isn't Coming, Save Yourself".The content in this series is based on a survey our Founder, Michelle Horlbogen, conducted in the spring of 2021 about how prepared (or not) high school and college graduates felt to enter the workplace and deal with a potential toxic culture or workplace bullying.In this episode, Michelle digs into the real role of Human Resources and why HR isn't always your friend. She shares information from the SHRM website on the Code of Ethics that all HR professionals are supposed to adhere to, the things you should and should not tell HR, and uses the current PR crisis at Activision Blizzard to bring home the importance of HR taking employee complaints seriously.SHRM Code of Ethics SourceThank you for listening!Don’t forget to Rate, Review & Subscribe!YOUR HOST: Michelle HorlbogenHER MISSION: To foster civility, respect, and integrity (with a dash of sartorial elegance) in the boardroom and beyond.HER STORY: Two days after reporting ethical concerns to her employer, Michelle was fired. Six months later, she launched The Gentlewoman Boss website and podcast as a platform to support others who experienced workplace bullying in a toxic workplace.Her story caught the attention of and was featured in Thrive Global.Michelle also has an obsession with vintage clothing and fashion. She sells what doesn’t fit on her website, The Red Velvet Shoe Vintage.This podcast is the place where her two passions collide.The Gentlewoman Boss Podcast has received numerous accolades, including being ranked in the top 10% globally by Listen Notes, Top 20 Best Month Reporting Podcasts of 2021 by Welp Magazine, #36/200 in Top Entrepreneurship Podcasts by Podchaser, & Top 20 Best Whistleblower Podcasts for 2021 by Castbox Media.BECOME A SPONSORVISIT THE GENTLEWOMAN BOSSVISIT THE RED VELVET SHOE VINTAGEJOIN THE COMMUNITYWHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYINGSUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWSLETTERFOLLOW ON SOCIAL @gentlewomanbossYouTubeLinkedInInstagramFacebookTwitterSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-gentlewoman-boss/donations

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