Diversity

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Managing Diversity

This enlightening film helps managers better understand the cause and effect of varying viewpoints and inspires open-mindedness and a willingness to learn from those with diverse backgrounds. 

Managing Four Generations in the Workplace

In this scenario-based sequel to the best-seller Mixing Four Generations in the Workplace, Cam Marston helps supervisors and managers learn the techniques needed to handle cross-generational communications problems, avoid conflict, and maximize performance.

 

Mauritius: Celebrating Differences

Mauritius is an island with five distinct societies, four major religions, and nine spoken languages, yet it is a model of cohesiveness. This program reveals how this has been achieved and how people can apply the same principles in the workplace.

 

 

MEET On Common Ground

This program will help counteract the shame, blame and stereotyping that create toxic environments and undermine productivity. Employees will learn to recognize, respond to and resolve situations that stem from differences.

MEET: Breaking New Ground

One thing that we all have in common is our need for inclusion and respect. This brand new program will assist employees and organizations in managing diversity dynamics and create a “respect-filled” and inclusive workplace.

 

Mixing Four Generations in the Workplace

Generation conflict costs billions of dollars in lost productivity to organizations like yours worldwide - not to mention the incalculable effects on motivation and morale. Now there's help with generational expert Cam Marston's program, Mixing Four Generations in the Workplace.

Montgomery

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...

Not My Type: Valuing Diversity

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.

Odd Squad

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’.

Opening Lines: Facing Diversity

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.

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