Dallas, TX (PRWEB) July 22, 2013
Jim Case Carlton’s Training announced a new program to be launched with some of their diversity training videos they implement into training for clients. The program requires organizations to improve practical plans for inclusion in the workplace. The diversity training video Meet on Common Ground is part of the larger training initiative by Jim Case Carlton’s Training.
Meet on Common Ground is an award winning training video that features situations in the workplace that cause strain but that are rarely talked about. The normal scenarios of bias behavior or ethnic jokes become more rare as the slights and unconscious ignorant comments grow more rampant and unreported. The good news is this program offers insight into providing solutions to ill behavior and tackles the necessary problems that aren’t often discussed at work.
The fact of the matter is companies need to be diverse to survive. It’s not a matter of preference or choice anymore. Organizations are realizing that using the old buddy system to hire people like them to make the company better is like marrying their sister. The business world is like that. Differences are what make companies great. It’s only natural to group with what is common, but it is essential to diversify in order to conquer competition. Otherwise a company becomes it’s own worst enemy.
One great example of an amazing diversity training program is the Village of 100 video. This program philosophizes how a culture would be if it were only comprised of 100 people. Every culture, community and business needs different skill sets to make the village function and to be complete. If there is something lacking it fouls up the whole system. It would be like lacking a chef or cook in the group. It interrupts the system and stops all the other members from providing their special qualifications.
Diversity training videos do so many things but what they do in a general sense is shine the light on the items every company knows to be true. Some may think there is less strife with a culture that is more similar to itself. And they may even be right. But then the culture doesn’t expand and grow and function properly. Their very survival depends on how diverse of a culture, community or business they can create.
Jim Case Carlton’s Training creates programs for diversity training videos that challenge social mores and bring about workplace change. The secret to their success is in their own diverse workforce that is growing and changing all the time. To learn more about this organization or view online The Meet on Common Ground video, click here on their site Jim Case Carlton’s Training.