Point of View Video Series

In The Impact Seat Point of View Video Series, we present thought provoking cases based on our original research to allow groups to consider and debate how diversity and inclusion is, and should be, managed at the individual, manager and system-wide level.

Our video series is known for providing complex, multi-faceted cases, meaning there are no easy answers. This creates the potential for a great facilitated learning experience among executives, managers and employees for the purpose of awareness building and decision-making on a forward agenda.

Sample video cases include:

Unconscious Bias and the Hiring Decision

In this video case, the points of view of the hiring manager, a campus recruiter, and a team member are considered in the context of a contentious hiring event at a high-tech growth company. Through a series of interviews, the challenges inherent in implementing diversity and inclusion objectives are put in focus for reflection, discussion, and agenda setting.

Building a Diversity and Inclusion Strategy

Our research shows that most companies, even those who have made a commitment to diversity and inclusion, have implemented scatter-shot efforts rather than a true D&I strategy. This prevents the company from realizing the social and economic performance benefits desired. In this video case, we explore the varied avenues of diversity and inclusion management from a manager, team and company perspective.

Unconscious Bias: Awareness and Action

Interviews in this video case reveal the breadth and impact of unconscious bias on people at work. The goal of the case is to engage discussant participants in not only what the bias is and how it operates, but also to serve as a catalyst for immediately implementable decisions to commence new practices to counter unconscious bias in the rhythm of the business. The Impact Seat Model of Diversity Dimensions is used as a basis to explore demographics (sex, ethnicity, age, religion, ableness, economic class, etc.) as well as other critical characteristics that define us individually and in groups (e.g., learning and decision-making styles, experience, and values).

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