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Ouch! That Stereotype Hurts Video DVD Training

Ouch! That Stereotype Hurts Video DVD Training
Item# prevent-bias-training-video
Availability: In Stock

Product Description

OUCH! is ideal for:
  • Diversity & Inclusion
  • Teamwork
  • Communication
  • Leadership

  • Why is Ouch! important?

    Staying silent in the face of demeaning comments,stereotypes or bias allows these attitudes and behaviors to thrive. This undermines our ability to create an inclusive workplace where all employees are welcomed, treated with respect and able to do their best work. Yet, most employees and leaders who want to speak up don't know how. So, we say nothing.

    OUCH! That Stereotype Hurts

    Run time: 30 Minutes total running time

    What do you do if someone you care about is the target of demeaning stereotypes? What if you are being demeaned or stereotyped? How often do you speak up on behalf of respect? Nevertheless, most employees and leaders who want to speak up don't know how... so they say nothing.

    What Does OUCH! Do?
    In a unique and powerful way, viewers will experience the impact of stereotypical comments, explore why people don't speak up against stereotypes and other biased behaviors, and learn six techniques for speaking up without blame or guilt.

    The Video Includes Three Sections:
    1. Main Video with introduction, stories, and speaking up
    2. Speaking Up Activity
    3. Video with vignettes

    The Leader's Guide contains information, outlines, activities and handouts for presenting the workshop in a variety of ways.

    Special Bundle Offer: Purchase the OUCH! Combination Package and get both Ouch! That Stereotype Hurts and Ouch! Your Silence Hurts together for $1100 (a savings of $190).

    NEW! This program is also available as E-Learning.
    See more information and a demo: Ouch! That Stereotype Hurts E-Learning Course.
    Contact us at 1-888-380-5491 for details and to place your order.


    • Chaptered DVD including Main Video plus Speaking Up Activity and Video Vignettes (with English and Spanish subtitles)
    • CD-ROM with printable Leader's Guide and PowerPoint Presentation
    • 1 copy of the book, OUCH! That Stereotype Hurts© by Leslie C. Aguilar
    • 10 Reminder Cards

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    To order, please call: 1-888-380-5491

    OUCH! That Stereotype Hurts Reminder Cards (pack of 10) $5.00

    OUCH! That Stereotype Hurts Reminder Cards in Spanish (pack of 10) $5.00

    OUCH! That Stereotype Hurts Leader's Guide and Powerpoint on CD-ROM $10.00


    OUCH! That Stereotype Hurts is making a difference:

    "I have been doing cultural competency training for the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry for almost three decades. I am always looking for interesting and fun approaches to opening an interactive session with groups about sensitive diversity issues. Ouch That Stereotype Hurts! is an excellent addition to our training video library. The opening segment of a litany of stereotypical comments set to music is very effective and always gets laughs from the audience. The repetitive teaching segment about how to handle demeaning, stereotypical comments is persuasive, practical and direct. The final segment of a series of Ouch! statements by video participants is amusing and compelling. Finally, I always end this training module with distribution of Ouch! cards which are accepted with smiles and often held up and used throughout the remainder of the session when inappropriate and stereotypical comments are made."
    -Sheila L. Thorne, President and CEO, Multicultural Healthcare Marketing Group, LLC

    "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