Lysi Weston parks her rental car, takes a deep breath, and steps out into the near-triple-digit heat of Sage Deer, Montana, the home of her client’s local operations. She’s here to conduct a seminar about the costs—financial and legal—of sexual harassment in business. She’s led many such seminars; it’s a current issue facing many corporations.
Things are not going well for Lysi today
There is the awful heat; she is used to San Francisco’s cool, foggy days and is unprepared for August in eastern Montana. She’s a bit upset and definitely annoyed that she’s been unable to reach her seminar partner, Cristin, despite leaving repeated messages on Cristin’s cell phone.