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Pigeon Holed in the Land of Penguins
Program length: 10:00

This video program tackles the tough subject of stereotyping in a delightful way by looking at some different "birds" in the workplace. As the story unfolds, team members learn to recognize pigeon-holing, understand its high cost, and how to change the pattern. 

Pigeonholed in the Land of Penguins promises to:

  • Show how stereotyping hurts individuals and the organization
  • Break down old paradigms of who is best suited for the job
  • Bring out everyone's best by helping them to think outside the box

Trainees further see that by tapping into the full creativity of everyone on the team, they open themselves up to significant breakthroughs in innovation, productivity and effectiveness.

Though animated, this training tool is no flight of fancy. It's a critical component of training in today's changing workplace. Workgroups, committees, and executive teams will benefit from this video, as will any group interested in mobilizing the talents of all its members.

Languages Available (sold separately)
: English, Mandarin (dubbed), Chinese Simplified (subtitled), Chinese Traditional (subtitled)

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Pigeon Holed in the Land of Penguins
reviewed by 1 people
    Trainer - Professional Trainer
This short, fun film is interesting and thought-provoking. After viewing this film, many viewers will question the limiting attitudes they hold about themselves and others. Managers of any type of work group can benefit from reassessing the skills and talents of their employees and this film may be the catalyst to do so.

  • Thought-provoking.
  • Non-threatening and fun to watch.
  • Offers a good starting point for reassessing your employees' skills and talents.
  • Animation and animal cast may turn off some viewers.