Making Diversity Work
Workforce Diversity Network
“Finally, a video that shows the viewer exactly how to respond in moments of diversity-related tension! No blame, no guilt, no conflict – just practical, specific skills that can be immediately applied in the workplace. OUCH! is a must-have and a must-see for anyone seeking to create and sustain a respectful workplace.”
– Sondra Thiederman, Ph.D., Author, Making Diversity Work: Seven Steps for Defeating Bias in the Workplace
“To me, one of the most impressive things about the Ouch! program is its simplicity. It deals with what is often a highly charged and emotional subject in clear, straightforward language that all of us can understand and makes the case that we all greatly benefit, both individuals and organizations, from a bias-free workplace. “Biases and stereotypes are among the biggest barriers to creating an inclusive workplace. The “Ouch! That Stereotype Hurts” program is one of the most effective tools we’ve seen that organizations can use against them.”
– Mike Streeter, Workforce Diversity Network
Fortune 500 Company
“The Ouch Video is a great complement to our harassment training since many potential harassment situations involve those “not so obvious” stereotypical comments. As participants watched the video, we could see heads nodding in agreement that stereotypes still exist. Since rolling out the training, employees in all of our facilities across the U.S. are saying “ouch” to speak up against stereotypes.”
– Employee Relations Specialist, Fortune 1000 company
Deb Dagit Diversity LLC
SunShower's Unconscious Bias e-learning is the most engaging e-learning product I've seen. We are getting very positive feedback. It is the first time we've seen people making a point to tell us how good the training is. Stellar!
– K. Riley, Training Specialist, Fortune 500 Company
Acknowledging that unconscious bias exists in all of us is a good first step, but then we need actionable and memorable resources to interrupt bias. This 14-minute video offers 5 simple, actionable, and memorable strategies to enhance workplace productivity and innovation by addressing bias. The authenticity and diversity of the scenarios utilized keeps your attention, and the solutions suggested support change without blame.
– Deborah Dagit, Deb Dagit Diversity LLC