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Respectful Workplace Videos and DVDs

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  • Toxic Talk

    Toxic Talk

    What Would You Say?
    Gossip, gripes, and rumors have become a national past time in the workplace. Unfortunately, these forms of toxic talk can have serious repercussions for your employees, managers, and supervisors.

  • Transgender Transition Is…

    Transgender Transition Is…

    Team members, employees and managers within your organization may have questions about another employee in transition. 

  • Violence:  Reducing Your Risk

    Violence: Reducing Your Risk

    Experts in personal safety and law enforcement demonstrate simple yet practical and effective methods anyone can use to reduce their risk and defuse threatening situations.

  • Violence:  The Risk From Within

    Violence: The Risk From Within

    Even trained professionals can’t reliably predict a person’s capacity for violence. But managers can learn to observe the telling signs of excessive stress that might be red flags pointing to more dangerous behavior to come.

  • We Need to M.E.E.T. - Managing for Respect in the Workplace

    We Need to M.E.E.T. - Managing for Respect in the Workplace

    Creating and maintaining a respectful work environment begins with managers. Success depends on their ability to recognize, respond to and resolve issues between employees.

  • We're All Different

    We're All Different

    Diversity in the Workplace
    This diversity awareness program will remind your employees of the importance of keeping an open mind and respecting each other, differences and all.

  • What You Are Is - The Original

    What You Are Is - The Original

    Morris Massey

    The second video in the original Dr. Morris Massey series.

  • What You Are Is Where You See - The Original

    What You Are Is Where You See - The Original

    Morris Massey

    The fourth tape in the original Dr. Morris Massey series.

  • What You Are Is Where You Were When... AGAIN!

    What You Are Is Where You Were When... AGAIN!

    Morris Massey

    Morris Massey is back with an updated, award-winning version of this groundbreaking program! “What You Are Is Where You Were When... AGAIN!” presents a framework for understanding and working with all different types of people.

  • Wide Eyed

    Wide Eyed

    Jane Elliott

    New film featuring Jane Elliot from Blue Eyed
    In 1968, in response to the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a third grade teacher, Ms. Jane Elliott, involved her students in an exercise in discrimination based on eye color.

  • Without Regard To Race, Religion, Sex, National Origin, Age, or Disability: ONLINE TRAINING

    Without Regard To Race, Religion, Sex, National Origin, Age, or Disability: ONLINE TRAINING

    Discrimination in the Workplace eLearning Course
    Whether intentional or by accident, employers who violate workplace discrimination laws face stiff legal and costly penalties, negative publicity, low employee morale and other consequences.

  • Without Regard... To Race, Religion, Sex, National Origin, Age, or Disability

    Without Regard... To Race, Religion, Sex, National Origin, Age, or Disability

    Without Regard features 10 short personal stories that explore the different types of actions and behaviors that can lead to a discrimination claim.

  • Workplace Violence: First Line of Defense

    Workplace Violence: First Line of Defense

    As the second-leading cause of workplace deaths, violence represents a challenge to employers who must be prepared to respond to and manage these incidents.

  • Worlds Apart

    Worlds Apart

    Building Effective Teams Globally
    Program #13 of the Building A Diverse Workforce For The Global Millennium Series. Different cultures have different approaches to problem solving and project management.

  • You Can Stop Harassment - Taking Responsibility Program 1

    You Can Stop Harassment - Taking Responsibility Program 1

    What distinguishes You Can STOP Harassment is its positive message. The programs in this series are not about pointing fingers and assigning blame. We all share responsibility for stopping workplace harassment.

  • You Can Stop Harassment - The Responsible Leader - Program 2

    You Can Stop Harassment - The Responsible Leader - Program 2

    What distinguishes You Can STOP Harassment is its positive message. The programs in this series are not about pointing fingers and assigning blame. We all share responsibility for stopping workplace harassment.

  • You Can Stop Harassment - The Series

    You Can Stop Harassment - The Series

    What distinguishes You Can STOP Harassment is its positive message. The programs in this series are not about pointing fingers and assigning blame. We all share responsibility for stopping workplace harassment.

  • You Don’t Fit My Style

    You Don’t Fit My Style

    Cross-Cultural Challenges in Performance Evaluations
    Program #16 of the Building A Diverse Workforce For The Global Millennium Series. Your organization is becoming more global and it’s workforce and customer base is growing more diverse.

  • You’re Making Me Uncomfortable

    You’re Making Me Uncomfortable

    Gender Conflicts in Cross-Cultural Global Communications
    Program #17 of the Building A Diverse Workforce For The Global Millennium Series. How can you tell the difference between possible sexual harassment and or cultural difference?

  • Zero Tolerance

    Zero Tolerance

    Harassment and Discrimination in Retail
    This meeting opener covers definitions, inappropriate behaviors, what to do if you observe a problem, and what to do if you feel harassed.

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