Power at Play: tackling harassment in the workplace

Hosted by the Department of Management LSE Women in Business lecture series

Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building, United Kingdom


Professor Ben Voyer

Professor Ben Voyer

Allyson Zimmermann

Allyson Zimmermann


Professor Sarah Ashwin

In the wake of #MeToo and #TimesUp, we explore power dynamics in the workplace. Professor Ben Voyer and Allyson Zimmermann will discuss what power looks like, how it changes behaviours, the psychological consequences, and how we disrupt a culture of harassment to engender respect and dignity. 

Professor Ben Voyer (@drbenvoyer) is L’Oréal Professor of Creativity Marketing, and Full Professor of Marketing at ESCP Europe. He is Visiting Fellow at LSE’s Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science. 

Allyson Zimmermann (@AllyZimmermann) is Executive Director, Catalyst Europe.

Professor Sarah Ashwin is Professor of Comparative Employment Relations at LSE’s Department of Management.

The Department of Management (@LSEManagement) is a world-leading centre for research and education in business and management. 

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