Why do people harass? Why are they mean or disrespectful? Maybe it's because they don't know any better. Or, maybe they know better but do it anyway. Using thought-provoking content, this best-selling program provides training that can truly change behavior.
Diversity in the workplace has evolved to the point where raising awareness and understanding of skin color, religion, ethnicity, and even gender will not suffice. Address how employees treat one another and unearth how your employees want to be treated.
Model effective behavior of the individual & company
Examples of how people like to be treated
Produces understanding of differences & similarities
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"How Was Your Day?" draws employees in AND GETS THEM TALKING ABOUT how to recognize and understand their workplace responsibilities in the areas of unconscious bias, diversity & inclusion, harassment and bullying.
Today, diversity awareness must also address how people are treated by their co-workers and the organization itself -- as well as how they want to be treated. When unity is the goal, we find that we actually have many similarities and that there are significant benefits to a diverse organization.
This conversational, easy-to-use program shows how unconscious bias, micro-inequities, and micro-affirmations overlap in the workplace. It presents all three topics simultaneously, facilitating their understanding to help organizations, and their people, recognize how they can develop a bias-free workplace.
What can you do to counter the unconscious bias affecting you, your colleagues and your workplace? Find out in this powerful workplace diversity training that promotes inclusive behaviors and builds personal awareness for managers.
Enhance cross-cultural awareness for both new and seasoned employees with this program that will help cultivate a more ethnically sensitive workforce -- a fundamental element for any great organization.
Written and presented by Brian McNaught, dubbed "the godfather of gay sensitivity training" by the NY Times, Brian is considered the world's leading corporate diversity consultant dealing with gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender issues in the workplace.
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 unique program ensures that healthcare workers are able to provide respectful care to patients from various ethnic, cultural or religious backgrounds.
Help develop and improve problem solving skills among healthcare professionals at your facility by training them to be culturally competent. This training will enhance the quality of healthcare provided for your patients.
This moving film highlights the importance of seeing every patient as an individual and reminds healthcare workers to see the humanity in patients who are elderly or infirm, and to always treat them with dignity.