Blatant discrimination is easier to eliminate than subtle and relentless bias. The first is an observable behavior the second is an attitude that must be re-learned.
Respectful Workplace Training Videos
"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.
Through an animated fable, this classic story of Perry the Peacock and his friends, shows how organizations benefit when they value someone who is different, and embrace diversity to improve communication, teamwork, creativity and empowerment.
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.
It’s important that organizations do all they can to thwart disruptive or disrespectful behaviors that aren’t necessarily illegal…but are still very destructive. This 4-part respectful workplace training series -- for employee and management training -- covers overall and specific issues of respect in the workplace.
Three of our best selling compliance videos have been bundled together to save you 20% off the individual purchase prices! Let's Get Honest, In This Together and Moment of Truth address a variety of issues from Sexual Harassment to ethical dilemmas. All 3 create a powerful training package sure to enhance your compliance training curriculum.
Bullying in the workplace is four times more prevalent than illegal harassment. This program depicts bullying behavior using short vignettes to teach 4 keys to recognize, address and prevent bullying at work. A powerful tool for training on this important topic and fulfilling the AB2053 mandate.
A 2-part training set that teaches the day-to-day steps supervisors can take to help ensure their team members feel respected and valued. Helps supervisors understand what it means to show respect to employees everyday which enables them to improve individual and team performance and prevent harassment and discrimination.
Show supervisors that they can convey respect to employees when they take the time to communicate with them, and when they demonstrate that they know (at least a little) about who their employees are as people, and what it takes to do their job.
This program helps employees understand how the effects of bullying on victims can manifest into very real physical and mental health issues. Prevent bullying and harassment from robbing the some of the brightest employees of a voice in the organization.
People are naturally curious about one another and most gossip is harmless. But when words diminish the worth of an individual not present in the conversation, that is harmful gossip. In fact, slander is the legal term used to define falsehoods that negatively impact one’s reputation.
Uncontrolled anger and misplaced aggression is an epidemic in the United States. What’s more, 1 in 10 American workers say they have trouble controlling their anger. This training program will show employees and managers helpful tips to manage and control the beast inside.
Social Media. Text Messages. Emails. It’s never been easier to communicate. And it’s never been more potentially hazardous. Finally, there is an organizational training program that can help every employee understand and navigate the myriad hazards that accompany communication through social media and email.
Fear. Just the very word scares us. Horror movies, ghost stories, the evening news - fear is all around us. And for many, fear can paralyze and place great limits on living a fulfilled life. But do you know the difference between a healthy fear and an unhealthy fear? This program explains that the goal should not be to get rid of all fears because some are tools that can be used to do good.
Since the dawn of mankind, to avoid confrontation and embarrassment our ancestors had to learn how to cooperate. In order to survive, they found a powerful tool that would get results by conveying a false impression. They invented lying. Explore effective approaches to eliminate the use of lying at work.
Poor working habits and personal habits can have a negative impact at work. In fact, the habits of an annoying coworker are often cited as the number one source of stress. For companies that allow employees to practice regular bad habits will find suboptimum efficiency, undermine teamwork, and even reduce profits. See if your employees have behaviors that are in need of adjustment.
Dr. Sondra Thiederman calls them “gateway events”. This innovative program shows how painful and disruptive diversity disasters can be, and offers simple tools and a fresh perspective to help your people turn these uncomfortable situations into productive conversations.
Through the lens of real situations, this harassment video addresses a wide range of issues from gossip to sexual harassment and invites team members to make good choices at work. This best seller also polls viewer's opinions on the problems surrounding harassment and respect.
Unfortunately, Harassment and Bullying can occur in any organization. This program address these topics in a straightforward and easy-to-understand manner so that the learner clearly understands the legal definitions of these issues as well as the impact on employees and organizations.
In this edited version of Inclusion Insights, Dr. Steve Robbins explains how in a constantly changing and diverse world, employees and managers must strive for open-mindedness and inclusion. Help your organization cultivate diversity and improve innovation with this entertaining and uplifting program.
Workplace harassment is illegal in California and should not tolerated. Preventing workplace abuse and harassment is imperative to keeping employee morale and productivity high. This program reviews the regulations surrounding workplace abuse and techniques to prevent it.
One thing that we all have in common is the importance of inclusion and respect. The M.E.E.T. model is a practical tool to assist employees and organizations in managing diversity dynamics and creating a “respect-filled” and inclusive workplace.
This overview of the 5 different generations present in today's workplace, gives viewers a foundation for increased understanding and tolerance. Learn to communicate better, deal with change, increase productivity, and develop a more respectful workplace. Create unity at work for people at all stages of life with this effective and interesting training.
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.
The "TAKEAWAY" for Managers™ Series gives managers and supervisors a basic foundation for legal compliance, in a straightforward and easy-to-remember way. Conversational and easy to use, the series covers Sexual Harassment, Diversity, Respect & Legal Compliance, Legal Interviewing, ADA, FMLA, and Discipline, Documentation & Termination.
With a unique and comprehensive approach, this training program tackles the issues of diversity, communication, conflict-management and teamwork to help you foster a more productive workplace.
Tackle the complexities of effectively working in and managing a multi-generational workforce. This training helps both employers and employees to understand, minimize generational conflict, promote respect and strengthen communication.
It’s crucial that employers in California educate their managers on all aspects of harassment and discrimination law. The state of California has specific training guidelines that must be met or else you risk being in violation of the law. This program can help satisfy the requirements of the state.
In this updated edition for the ever-changing work environment, it's difficult to keep up with what behaviors are allowed and which can be considered harassment. This updated program brings greater awareness to the many types of harassment which can occur in the workplace. Use it with employees organization-wide for annual training or new employee orientation.
There's more to harassment than just sex. What starts as under-the-radar harassment can evolve into discrimination when people are unaware of harassment's numerous ugly forms. This new release tackles harassment training using music, text and graphics to stimulate discussion.
Like it or not, when you work with people...conflict is going to happen. This thought-provoking, powerful short video uses impactful imagery, video and music to inspire and stimulate discussion about the proper ways to react to conflict - turning conflict into collaboration.
Managers are the first line of defense in dealing with harassment and discrimination issues. Because their actions—and inactions—directly represent the organization, they need to know how to prevent, rather than contribute, to lawsuits.
Dealing with people that are negative or passive aggressive are some of the most challenging relationships. Just being around someone who complains, whines or just doesn’t say anything can cause you to feel frustrated, angry or even helpless.
This new release on improving intercultural employee relations will serve to boost productivity by developing cultural capability and navigating today’s global workforce.
Provide employees with the tools they need to recognize, respond to, and resolve difficult interactions that stem from individual and cultural differences. Employees will come away with a new appreciation for their personal responsibility in promoting a respectful workplace.
This training program will help employees and managers to be proactive in creating and fostering a respectful organizational culture rooted in honesty and integrity, enabling your company to flourish and prosper.
Unlawful retaliation amongst employees is a growing form of discrimination which often results in costly litigation, damaged reputations for organizations, and ruined careers. Cultivate integrity and prevent retaliation with this program.
This program helps traditionalists, baby boomers, generation X'ers, and generation Y'ers in your organization bridge the generation gap and improve relationships critical to business and personal growth. See each generation's attitudes, mindsets and values in action.
Make sure employees are well aware of the continuously evolving definition of sexual harassment. This program, revised for 2018, details sexual harassment in its current forms and explains the employee's role in preventing and addressing a hostile work environment.
Any of these 15+ short, topic specific videos can be used to stimulate important, meaningful discussion, open or close out business meetings, or as a follow-up training course. Choose from employee training programs covering workplace diversity, change management, sexual harassment, resolving conflict or various other topics.
This 2018 updated edition informs managers and supervisors on the important role they play in preventing workplace harassment, including the proper handling of employee claims or accusations of harassment. The video engages audiences with an easy-to-follow, no-nonsense approach
By viewing examples of harassing behavior and having its effects and ramifications explained to them in no uncertain terms, employees will come to understand that it is everyone's responsibility to keep the workplace free of sexual harassment.
Challenge your employees by asking, "How will you personally respond next time you witness somebody being treated with disrespect?" In a powerful and compelling way, this follow-up to the best selling Ouch! That Stereotype Hurts motivates bystanders to use their voice to speak up for respect on behalf of someone else.
This memorable program will raise awareness regarding harassment and explain the do's and dont's of creating a respectful workplace for everyone. Through personal revelation and discussion, 4 employees expand their understanding of harassment and agree on ways to prevent it in their workplace. Available in Office or Industrial versions.
Touching on a wide variety of harassment and discrimination issues, this cost-effective and results-oriented 5-part, vignette-based training program educates your managers and employees about the characteristics and the benefits of a respectful work environment.
An effective Diversity training program as well as an Anti-Discrimination and Harassment program, The Plus of Us takes your employees beyond the legal rules of discrimination, to an understanding of the basic human needs and emotions that control workplace relationships between diverse employees.
If you enjoyed Peacock in the Land of Penguins, you'll love this program. The primary message is that communications skills are the keys to a respectful workplace. Little gestures and innuendos are picked up in situations such as business meetings, and it slowly degrades office culture.
Help your employees regain control of their lives by providing them with the necessary tools to recognize and cope with the many feelings that arise as a result of stress or crisis.
Diversity and different work styles can often lead to disagreements and a clash of personalities.
Giving and receiving feedback is a major element in succesful conflict resolution, but can only exist with open communication. Learn how to keep communications line open and effectively manage disagreements with this program.
A classic from John Cleese, this hilarious, over-the-top Video Arts film starring Hugh Laurie of TV's "House" fame addresses the importance of good internal customer service and how it dramatically affects external customer satisfaction. While the scenarios may be wildly exaggerated, the messages behind them really hit home.
Figuring out what is harassment and what isn't can be complicated. For one thing, many of its forms are subtle. For another, harassment doesn't always easily fit traditional understandings of the law. This program focuses on the responsibility management has to prevent and document occurrences of harassment, while handling complaints fairly and effectively.