Video Resources

Behaviours, people and perspectives can all be subjective. We don’t always have the answers, but here are a few thought provoking videos to start a conversation around behaviours and change.

Talking Steps Virtual Skills Practice

Facilitator and Coach Sian talks to Project & Design Partner Pierre about Steps Virtual Skills Practice, the switch to virtual deliveries and her experiences over the past year (Audio only).

What Are Steps Skills Practice Sessions?

What are Steps Skills Practice sessions? Project & Design Partner Pierre takes us through a Steps Skills Practice session, how they work and the benefits they bring.

What Does Steps Digital Learning Look Like?

What does Steps Digital Learning look like? Project & Design Partner Charlotte talks us through Steps’ Digital Learning, and how it can support the learning and change programmes in your organisation.

Steps’ Virtual Workshops – Evaluation Data

Steps Virtual Workshops are achieving tangible results – and our evaluation data backs this up. We’ve collected data from participants on our virtual sessions over the past months, in a combination of polls and written feedback – and we’re delighted to share their thoughts.

Steps’ Virtual Learning Studio

Introducing Steps’ Virtual Studio! Building on our experiences of virtual learning over the last 6 months, we’ve taken Zoom to another level. Streaming interactive sessions which look and feel more like our in-person sessions from our riverside office in London.

Making Mental Health Awareness Everyone’s Business – NYC

In February 2020 (before social-distancing guidance), we held an open event in New York City – ‘Making Workplace Mental Health’s Everyone’s Business’. Mental Health Awareness has always been a subject we’re passionate about it – and drama is a unique tool of bringing it to life and helping people feel the confidence to have a conversation.

How Does a Steps Virtual Workshop Work?

In the new world, we’ve been working hard to adapt our experiential approach to a virtual setting – so how does it work? Watch a quick 3 minute run through of some of the sessions we’ve run over recent weeks.

The New Normal

Turns out ‘the new normal’ has its problems! We all need something to smile at in these challenging and confusing times so we put our thinking caps on to create a little something to give you a laugh – all produced remotely from our desks in various lockdowns across the globe!

Demanding Email? Or something more? – What would you do?

Demanding email? or something more? What would you do? We showed a clip to members of the public to gather their thoughts around workplace mental health.

Tech Issues? Or Something More? – What Would You Do?

Just Tech Issues? Or Something More? We showed a short clip to members of the public to gather their thoughts on workplace mental health

Bad Morning? Or something more? – What would you do?

Bad Morning? Or something more? What would you do? We showed a short clip to members of the public to gather their thoughts around workplace mental health.

One Bad Message? Or Something More? – What Would You Do?

One Bad Message? Or Something More? We showed a short clip to members of the public to gather their thoughts on workplace mental health.

Where would you draw the line?

If you overheard a colleague saying this, where would you draw the line? In office party season we all know how things can easily slip from ‘friendly and professional’ into ‘too friendly and inappropriate’.

Establishing the right culture in your organisation (both in the office and offsite) is crucial so that people can make on the spot judgements and that they feel able to challenge where necessary.

Everyday Ethics – Homophobic Comments

In the latest of our series of videos asking members of the public what they’d do in everyday ethical situations, we ask: “You’re working on a project team and you become aware of some homophobic comments being made by some members of the team behind another team member’s back. Do you speak up, or don’t speak up?”

Everyday Ethics – Jokes on a document

In the latest of our series of videos asking members of the public what they’d do in everyday ethical situations, we ask: “You find a document on the printer that feature some derogatory jokes made by a team member via email: do you speak up, or don’t speak up?”

Everyday Ethics – Procurement

In the latest of our series of videos asking members of the public what they’d do in everyday ethical situations, we ask: “You work in procurement, and a decision making meeting with a senior manager is cancelled, and you later find out the contract was awarded to a company they are involved in – do you speak up, or don’t speak up?”

Everyday Ethics – Personal Expenses

In the latest of our series of videos asking members of the public what they’d do in everyday ethical situations, we ask: “You’re out to lunch with a colleague and some personal friends, and your colleague picks up the bill – and you later find out they’ve expensed it: do you speak up, or don’t speak up?”

Everyday Ethics – Facilities

In the latest of our series of videos asking members of the public what they’d do in everyday ethical situations, we ask: “You’re working late one night and hear a colleague being rude to one of the facilities staff – do you speak up, or don’t speak up?”

Everyday Ethics – Overheard on a train

In the latest of our series of videos asking members of the public what they’d do in everyday ethical situations, we ask: “You’re on the train home and you overhear someone from your organisation talking to a non-employee about a client, with lots of other people in earshot – do you speak up, or don’t speak up?”

Everyday Ethics – Senior Manager Expenses

In the latest of our series of videos asking members of the public what they’d do in everyday ethical situations, we ask: “You work in the accounts department and are processing some expenses for a Senior Manager which includes some items you suspect to be personal – do you speak up, or don’t speak up?”

Everyday Ethics – Tempers and Tears

In the latest of our series of videos asking members of the public what they’d do in everyday ethical situations, we ask: “A senior manager loses their temper with a junior member of staff and gives them a public dressing down in the office, resulting in the junior staff member leaving in tears – do you speak up, or don’t speak up?”

Everyday Ethics – Having an Affair

In the latest of our series of videos asking members of the public what they’d do in everyday ethical situations, we ask: “There are rumours in the office that two married colleagues are having an affair, and at the weekend you see them together at a restaurant looking intimate – do you speak up, or don’t speak up?