Lloyds Banking Group’s Inclusion and Diversity team commissioned us to make ‘Take A Second’. Understanding that despite all the mechanisms in place, workplace friction still persists, and was recognised as a brake on success. This mandatory video-led learning programme was made with a simple aim; to encourage employees to be more mindful of other people’s feelings even when under pressure. There are some great metrics around this project that we can share.
This film is a collection of individual stories that showcase Coca-Cola Enterprise’s diversity & inclusion policy. The stories are intimate, honest and personal and the visual style follows suit. Its hand-held documentary style allows us to follow CCE workers in their daily routine whilst we only hear their stories in audio only. The film is the first of its kind for CCE, it gets under the skin of the business, covers the width and breadth of the business through real charismatic people and away from the exec offices.
We produced a short, powerful film for TFL, which challenged employers unconscious bias during the recruitment process.
Diversity and inclusion is seen as an important driver of success at UK Power Networks, but there are barriers to their people acting inclusively. One of the biggest is also one of the hardest to address – unconscious bias (UB). They want their people to be mindful of their bias, and take steps to avoid acting on it.
Deloitte believe in an environment in which their people are recognised and respected for their own strengths, values and perspectives. They believe that it’s only within such an environment that employees can truly be at their best.
To this end, they’re working hard to ensure they provide a working environment where everyone feels able to be themselves and can thrive, develop and succeed. Creating an inclusive environment is not a challenge unique to Deloitte; by uploading the film to YouTube and allowing people to share it with others Deloitte hope to inspire them on their own journeys of respect and inclusion.
To date the film has been viewed over 228,000 on YouTube and has won a multitude of major film festival awards.