Diversity Educational Videos
Over the years, A Class Divided has become a classic – a powerful exploration into the nature of prejudice which has been used in classrooms, corporations, prisons and other governmental and educational settings.
A wake up call for all ages, this best-selling program teaches about prejudices using a dramatic framework. It provides an examination of the realities of discrimination as experienced by actual students in the classroom of third grade teacher, Jane Elliott, whose demonstration shows how quickly children can succumb to discriminatory behavior.
Taking pigmentation – in this case, eye color – as an arbitrary dividing line, Jane Elliott builds a microcosm of contemporary American society, compelling her more privileged blue-eyed participants to live in another world for the longest two and a half hours of their lives.
"I'm your resident bitch for the day - welcome to the workshop!" - Anti-racism expert Jane Elliott. That's how anti-racism expert Jane Elliott describes her role in this reality-based documentary that challenges Canadian attitudes towards Native Canadians.
Men and women buy differently. This video uncovers the secrets of targeting your sales strategy to be equally successful with men and women. How to build relationships, when to chat versus when to get down to business, even how and where you stand when selling to a woman or a man, can make or break a sale.
It’s one thing to talk about diversity and fairness in the workplace; it’s another to grapple with issues day-to-day, face-to-face. The F.A.I.R. approach (Feedback, Assistance, Inclusion and Respect) equips employees at every level to broaden their definition of diversity and build positive, productive relationships. Powerful scenarios demonstrate what to say and do when cultural differences impact jobs and working relationships.
M.E.E.T. on Common Ground™ helps counteract the shame, blame and stereotyping that create toxic environments and undermine productivity. Using the M.E.E.T. approach, employees learn to recognize, respond to and resolve situations that stem from differences. Employees take away a new appreciation for their personal responsibility to create a respectful workplace.