He Doesn't Look Nearly As Good In a Skirt?

Gossip, Rumor and Gender Stereotypes

Understanding that assumptions (gossip or rumor) reported as fact can have a negative impact on diversity and inclusion.

Learning Path & Details

Competencies

  • Understanding Diversity
  • Fostering Inclusion, Equity & Belonging

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Training Files (22)

TitleTypeTime/PagesLanguage 
He Doesn't Look Nearly As Good In a Skirt?
Video with graphics and narrator
Video Vignette02:54 minEnglishDemo
Video Vignette02:38 minEnglishDemo
He Doesn't Look Nearly As Good In a Skirt?
Video without graphics or narrator
Video Vignette02:31 minEnglishDemo
Additional Material 2 pagesEnglishDemo
Additional Material 1 pageEnglishDemo
M.E.E.T.™ Model at Work
Information Worksheet
Additional Material 2 pagesEnglishDemo
Additional Material 3 pagesEnglishDemo
Additional Material 3 pagesEnglishDemo

Additional Information

Gossip, and rumors stated as facts, can impair relationships, damage reputations and perpetuate stereotypes. Based on the frequency and impact, consequences can include poor morale, turnover, bullying, hostile environment or illegal harassment.


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