Diversity and Inclusion: A Step-by-Step Guide for Managers


Diversity and Inclusion: A Step-by-Step Guide for Employees (20 Min)
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Assembling the right people for the right job is hard enough. But once you have your people in place, how do you get them to work together and form a cohesive team?

This hands-on guide shows you specific steps you can take as a manager or supervisor to improve communication, minimize friction, and reduce unconscious biases that could lead to unfairness and resistance.

These steps help resolve issues around ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, disabilities and more.

Develop techniques for:
  • Setting the tone
  • Preventing discriminatory behavior
  • Accepting each individual
  • Being a mentor
  • Extending yourself

Filmed on location in a variety of settings, from healthcare to manufacturing, this video features dramatic scenes, first-person interviews, and research grounded in scientific studies that both provide new information and model the kind of behavior that contributes to a more positive workplace—for everyone.

This practical guide to establishing an inclusive workplace will help you head off problems, build morale and productivity, and maximize the success of your workgroup by maximizing the success of each individual.

Diversity and Inclusion: A Step-by-Step Guide for Managers


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"I really liked the video. I like to vary the media we offer to our employees and some topics lend themselves to video. I think this is one of them. The length is perfect to play and have a discussion without impacting operations for too long. Makes it easy to get multiple groups back to back too. It’s contemporary. Sometimes, even if the information doesn’t really get outdated, the look of the video might. I liked that this video looks new (clothes / hair / technology / workplaces). It’s relevant. It sends an important message without going too deep into the concepts of implicit bias and micro-aggressions and culturalism (which are all really good things, but I like it’s simple message that people could feel isolated for a multitude of reasons and we should do what we can to help everyone feel included). People get the point and understand that it’s natural to be drawn to those like us. When we have an awareness around it, we can make sure we take actions to be inclusive and appreciate each other. It doesn’t feel fake. I like the real language used in the scenarios, the variety of industries, and the fact that it gives people actual examples of how to make each other feel included."Michelle Lewis

Learning & Development Program Manager
University of Rochester
Rochester, NY