A good Meeting Opener is short, thought-provoking, and a great way to get the ball rolling.
ATS Media provides a wide range of engaging Meeting Openers to kick off your training session or meeting and encourage participation, including the ever-popular revised and updated Village of 100. Let our experts help you navigate the options.
“Thinking of the Earth as a village of 100 . . . helps us to have tolerance, understanding, and compassion for those with whom we share our world.”
From Village of 100™ 4th edition
Boomerang is a motivating 10-minute video with animation, a case study, and narration by psychologist Peter Quarry.
Focuses on the art of renewing your spirit and liberating more of the hidden genius and vitality in yourself and others.
The art of facing challenging circumstances with the ingenuity and courage to keep learning more and contributing more.
Collection of small humorous ice breakers.
This video begins by exploring our differences and ends by discovering how much we have in common.
Do Respect is a short, animated program that encourages employees to act in ways that enhance workplace culture.
Excelling in a Changing World provides inspiration and practical reminders to get up and get going – and create the future.
A great way to open or close any meeting, Extraordinary will put your group in the right frame of mind for success.
Want your people to start thinking out of the box? This short video will help you set the stage for doing just that.
This highly motivational program takes you behind the scenes at Midway Field in Minnesota, where fun is encouraged daily.
Train your employees on various types of actions and behaviors that can be interpreted as harassment.
Twenty-five thousand employees cant be wrong
This thought provoking meeting explores the concept of "good enough".
This beautiful and sincere program encourages viewers to find their passion, their joy their juice in all that they do.
Using skydiving as a metaphor, this video helps people see change as a series of steps and as an opportunity rather than a threat.