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Most of us don’t want to be perceived as “creepy.” And many guys are certainly not creepy. But at the same time, guys frequently act in creepy ways at work, on the web, and in other social situations. That creepiness has a negative effect on flourishing, and so in this episode, we explore what creepiness is, what leaders and organizations might do about it, and we provide some advice for people who are directly targeted by creepy guys–as well as some advice for men in general on this topic. 

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What Makes a Person Creepy? TED article by Julia Shaw 

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