Stereotyping and Diversity - Cutting Edge Communication Comedy Series

Stereotyping and Diversity - Cutting Edge Communication Comedy Series

Seven Dimensions
Updated Feb 13, 2019

Most of us resort to stereotyping when dealing with management, colleagues, suppliers, regulators and clients. As Steve, Dion and Barney explain, it doesnt matter where we come from, or how educated we believe ourselves to be, everyone at some time is guilty of forming blanket opinions based on shallow perceptions. Carol winces when she sees Dion arriving for his first day on the job, in nightclub gear. Sam and Sanjay mock Serena's apparent singleton status. Prompted by Serena's concern, Marcus sets up a stereotyping training session, asking everyone to wear a silly hat. But the staff end up attacking Casey over her choice of hat.

Key Learning Points

Don’t make unfair judgments. Ask questions to explore differences.


  • Don’t stereotype people
    INSTEAD: Be aware of generalizing
  • Don’t ignore prejudice
    INSTEAD: Raise awareness
  • Don’t assume tolerance
    INSTEAD: Conduct training
  • Don’t pre-judge
    INSTEAD: Share insights and skills

Comedy makes learning fun

This course is part of the Cutting Edge Communication Comedy Series, created by Psychologist Eve Ash and comedienne Erin Brown, starring Emmy-award winning Kim Estes. A powerful training series covering topics every workplace needs to address. Short, sharp and funny with simple messages and skills for everyone.

Cutting Edge Communication follows several characters through a landscape of social faux pas, insult and embarrassment. This series will amaze and enter-train, covering important lessons in human interaction, motivation, leadership, service, unprofessional behavior, apologizing, negotiating, stress, difficult people among many other workplace hot button issues.

Everyone will laugh and learn with these short episodes that highlight dos and don'ts. This Australian produced series was filmed on location in Los Angeles.