Training Resource Films – Intercultural Exchange, Diversity in Work, Leadership and Coaching, Conflict and Debate & the Power of the Individual in Business.
12 Films to use in your classroom
1, Wild Tales (2014) 6 Tales of Revenge. Directors – Pedro Almadova & Damian Szifran
Training Themes; Revenge, risk taking, morality in business and relationships
2, The BP Coffee Spill – Humourous Metaphor – UCB Comedy Channel Team
Training Theme – Introducing a difficult topic into the training room.
3, Morning Glory (2010) – First Meeting Scene – Rachel McAdams, Diane Keaton. Directed by Roger Michell
Training Themes; Multi – Focus orientation, assumptions about youth, change, active listening, testing authority & managing in chaos.
4, Recursos Humanos (2013) Rosio Manzano, Xavier Pamies, Director Juan Alvarez Llados
Training Themes, Sexual harassment, trading favours, wielding power and gender assumptions, bias and prejudice.
5, Deloitte Diversity & Inclusion in Business (2015) Deloitte University Press
Training Theme – Diversity, inclusion, values in business
6, House of Cards (2014) Frank Underwood Ruthlessness Kevin Spacey, Netflix
Training Theme – Power, corruption, manipulation & ethics
7, Suits – A Different Kind of Power – Donna Poulson – Sarah Rafferty, Netflix
Training Theme – Alternative sources of power, female roles – defined, prescribed and actual in business.
8, The Intern (2015) – Robert De Niro, Anne Hathaway
Training Theme – Age discrimination & diversity.
9, Erin Brokovich (2000) – Julia Roberts, Veanne Cox. Directory Steven Soderburgh – “F*cking Ugly Shoes”
Training Theme – Social status, educational prejudice and the consequences of assumptions.
10, Andrew Stanton (Writer of Toy Story) – The Clues in the Story TED (2014)
Training Theme – Reputation, story telling & humour.
11, Finding Forrester (2000) Murray F. Abrahams, Rob Brown, Sean Connery. Director – Gus Van Sant
Training Themes; Assumptions about scholarship students and social status,
white privilege, institutional compliance, rules, power & race.
12, Any Given Sunday (1999) – Motivation Speech – Al Pacino. Director – Oliver Stone
Training Themes – Responsibility, consequences, reputation, coaching, leadership, accountability, sacrifice, personal choice, motivation, power & salvation.
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