“How Was Your Day? Getting Real about Bias, Inclusion, Harassment, and Bullying” Wins Another Award
BELLEVUE, Wash, May 14, 2018 – The 2018 New York Festivals® International TV & Film Awards honored Media Partners’ film, “How Was Your Day?” Getting Real about Bias, Inclusion, Harassment and Bullying, with its Silver World Medal in the Instruction and Education category. Announced at the NAB event in Las Vegas, the New York Festivals World's Best TV & Films competition honors content in all lengths and forms from over 50 countries. Dedicated to both the television and film industries, the awards mirror today's global trends and encourage the next generation of story-tellers and talent.
“We are especially pleased to win this award because it credits exceptional and innovative content created today across a global stage,” said John Hansen, CEO of Media Partners. “We believe that building a respectful workplace, the key message of “How Was Your Day?”, applies to all organizations internationally, not just the United States.”
The film and its supporting learning content address an issue that is highly relevant for businesses and employees alike: how to build and maintain a respectful workplace. It tackles four of today’s most challenging training topics in a way that only Media Partners can—through great stories and captivating content. The topics of unconscious bias, diversity and inclusion, hostile work environment harassment and bullying are presented in separate, stand-alone modules. A diverse cast and wide range of workplace settings make the film extremely relatable and relevant to all types of viewers: from entry level employees to supervisors and executives; from new hires to seasoned employees; and across any industry or government agency.
About Media Partners
Media Partners Corporation produces, curates and distributes compelling people skills training films and other captivating learning content. The company’s award-winning films, such as “Give ‘em the Pickle!” “How Was Your Day? Getting Real about Bias, Inclusion, Harassment and Bullying”, “The Abilene Paradox”, and “The Practical Coach”, can help change behavior and result in engaged employees who are committed to their organization’s success. Founded in 1993 and headquartered in Bellevue, Wash, Media Partners’ content is embraced by virtually every industry across 80 countries, and by large and small organizations. The company emphasizes soft skill training, including Customer Service, Leadership, Teamwork, and Respectful Workplace.