I think when people are saying that call out culture is toxic, they are not referring to a…
Donna Earl Leonard
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Your general example ruffled some feathers, so I’ll go with a real-life example. Sam Biddle once used his lofty position as writer for Gawker to publicly humiliate a woman who made a stupid, tasteless joke tweet while she was flying to Africa. This public callout cost this woman her job, and it took her a year to find something else.

In that situation, going directly to a callout isn’t helping at all.

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