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A Peacock in the Land of Penguins
reviewed by 6 people
Trainer - Professional Trainer
A Peacock in the Land of Penguins is a quick, fun, animated film that presents the subject of diversity in a non-threatening manner. The film's message of communication, teamwork, and empowerment is inspiring and will help any organization leverage its experience and talent. The diverse cast of characters offers a great starting point for disccusion.
- Animated, animals in a work group offer a non-threatening approach to diversity.
- The film's story presents a strong message about the importance of valuing diversity.
- Film is quick and fun to watch.
- Although the animation and cast of animals make the film non-threatening, some may find it juvenile.
Charles Grason - Training Consultant
A Peacock in the Land of Penguins is a great film and I use it often in my training sessions. It's simplicity and entertaining methods make it effective for a diverse audience.
I watched the video once in one of the conference i attended. It was intresting and helps to motivate others. I would definitely recommend this video to others.
David Ralph - Employment Instructor
I am an instructor for 18-24 year old students. We teach emloyability skills and diversity. This video holds interest because it is animated. I have so many videos with real people who don't know how to act and make their point with making it too silly. The animation is perfect for the age group and their attentiona span.
Karen Panier - Training Coordinator
�A Peacock in the Land of Penguins� is an animated depiction of how diversity should be valued in the work place. The animation kept the program entertaining, yet basic. This video would work great in training younger audiences, or for those who have a difficult time with valuing diverse cultures. This video helps you to understand that life without diversity would be boring!
Hasidin Bin Zaini, MD
I've read this book and it's very impressive. Since the analogy of diversity in organizations is applicable to any type of readers - students, teachers,officers, personal and family affairs, etc, I would always use it in any opportunity of my presentations and speeches. I strongly believe that everyone loves stories. They tell millions of meaning, every meaning on our own perspectives.
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