Discussions Across Differences

 

Ameren is introducing a free video series designed to increase the comfort level of being involved in sometimes difficult dialogues involving diversity and inclusion. Conversations like this take courage - The Courage to Take Action.


We encourage community organizations, businesses and other groups to use these tools to engage teams in conversations about the role courage plays in making a difference for yourself and others.


Each video features a conversation with an Ameren senior leader articulating a commitment to diversity and inclusion, and showcases a personal account of courage from an Ameren co-worker. selected leaders in our community. With each video, we provide a facilitator guide, participant booklet and presentation deck for your use.


       
bullet Stepping Out of Our Comfort Zone
  Focus: Overcoming unconscious bias by stepping out of our comfort zone and reaching out to people who do not appear to be similar to ourselves.
arrow Facilitator Guide
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    arrow Participant Booklet
    arrow Presentation Deck (downloads in pptx format)
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Ameren's 2018 Discussion Across Differences Survey
       
bullet The Courage to Say the First Word
  Focus: Challenges participants to call upon their courage when having uncomfortable conversations and the impact of saying the first word.
    arrow Facilitator Guide
    arrow Video
    arrow Participant Booklet
    arrow Presentation Deck (downloads in pptx format)
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Ameren's 2018 Discussion Across Differences Survey
       

Review the video series Ameren introduced in 2017 to increase the comfort level of being involved in sometimes difficult dialogues involving diversity and inclusion. The video topics include: Courage Beyond What We See, 100 Years of Courage, The Courage to Soar, and The Courage to Win Together.


Review the video series Ameren introduced in 2016 to communicate information and lessons from our shared experience of Ferguson. The video topics include: What Is Possible, The Psychology of Race, What Respect Looks Like, Teaching for Inclusion and Reading Between the Lines.




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