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When Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a segregated bus in 1955, she was arrested. Society has come a long way since then, but we still have a ways to go...
This innovative video challenges individuals to become more aware of their own thinking processes and questions their misleading assumptions about other people. It then goes on to show how diversity in the workplace can lead to a more open and creative way of working together to achieve greater success.
This meeting opener uses the zebra as a metaphor to show us that by embracing diversity, we can form a multi-skilled, flexible and highly creative ‘Circle of Winners’.
This four minute meeting opener/closer elegantly and intelligently explores the four core aspects of a diverse workplace – stereotypes, similarities, unity and benefits – using vibrant colors and graphics along with inspirational music.
This four-minute meeting opener/closer that introduces fundamental and important concepts for promoting respect, diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
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Includes two best-selling programs. Ouch! That Stereotype Hurts explores the impact of bias and stereotypes, explains why people don't speak up against bias and stereotypes. Ouch! Your Silence Hurts challenges viewers by asking, "How will you personally respond next time you witness somebody being treated with disrespect?"
Here's a program that shows the viewer exactly how to respond in moments of diversity-related tension. No blame, no guilt or conflict. Just practical, specific skills that can be applied immediately in your workplace.
In an effort to build an inclusive workplace, this program shows how silence in the face of disrespect affects us all—and explores ways that you can use your voice to effectively address issues of disrespect in your organization.
Beyond the Vital Signs
Spend the afternoon in almost any hospital and you’ll discover the challenges of providing – and receiving – medical care in this increasingly diverse era.
This animated, award-winning video featuring Perry the Peacock is an insightful, inspiring and non-threatening way to illustrate employee empowerment, effective communication and team building skills within the context of diversity.