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Interested in engaging Breaking Ice for your community or workplace? We have years of experience helping groups and organizations ‘break the ice’ around the difficult conversations that need to happen in our rapidly changing world, with satisfied clients from Wells Fargo to Ramsey County Public Health to St. Thomas University. Contact Noel Raymond at 612-787-3620 or n [email protected] to find out how we might customize a Breaking Ice performance to meet your goals.

ABOUT BREAKING ICE:

Breaking Ice is a customized professional theatre experience created for organizations and businesses that need help with difficult issues both interpersonal and institutional.

Because every organization wrestles with communication – often based on misunderstanding or cultural differences. But you don’t have to let those differences block your organization’s ability to move forward and succeed.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Through research and training, our professional staff develop a customized, highly specific performance that incorporates the issues that confront your organization.

Imagine what happens when the same discussions and dialogues you hear whispered at your workplace are illuminated on stage in a safe theater setting? It’s a powerful, dramatic, and entertaining way to step back and get a fresh perspective while gaining a more intimate understanding of how individuals relate to each other.

Following the performance, Breaking Ice facilitators lead participants in discussions designed to foster better understanding and communication, exploring the tough stuff together. More than 200 organizations have since Breaking Ice began in 1996.

CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION

We welcome the chance to meet with you and discuss how we can develop a program for your organization. Call us at 612-787-3620 .

TESTIMONIALS

“The honesty and dynamics of the presentation made people confront things they would rather not see, but also inspired them to be part of the solution. People are still talking about the experience a year later. The program is powerful and motivating. A great teaching tool that is a rare find.”

“Breaking Ice does a tremendous job of providing people with the opportunity to discuss their cultural misunderstanding and discover potential solutions.”

“Breaking Ice as a training vehicle is one of the best mediums I’ve experienced… a safe way to learn and grow outside your comfort zone.”

“I’ve attended many diversity training events over the years, but nothing has come anywhere near the impact of Breaking Ice. You put into words and experience what is said, thought, felt. And it created a framework and environment for honest conversations sorely needed.”

“The performance will exceed all of your expectations… The most amazing part of the whole presentation was the research that was put into the project and the use of that research in tailoring the presentation to our group. As good as the performance was, it was totally enhanced by the facilitated discussion after the presentation. I was impressed with Breaking Ice at every step in the process and would recommend them to any group.”

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Pillsbury House Theatre’s Breaking Ice program won the 2008 Nonprofit Mission Award for Anti-Racism Initiative from the MN Council of Nonprofits and MAP for Nonprofits. This video was made to highlight and honor the work of Breaking Ice.

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Work Package 6 of REFORM focuses on monitoring protocols, survey methods, assessment procedures, guidelines and other tools for characterising the consequences of physical degradation and restoration, and for planning and designing successful river restoration and mitigation measures and programmes. Deliverable 6.2 of Work Package 6 is the final report on methods, models and tools to assess the hydromorphology of rivers. This report summarises the outputs of Tasks 6.1 (Selection of indicators for cost-effective monitoring and development of monitoring protocols to assess river degradation and restoration), 6.2 (Improve existing methods to survey and assess the hydromorphology of river ecosystems), and 6.3 (Identification and selection of existing hydromorphological and ecological models and tools suitable to plan and evaluate river restoration).

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Work Package 6 of REFORM focuses on monitoring protocols, survey methods, assessment procedures, guidelines and other tools for characterising the consequences of physical degradation and restoration, and for planning and designing successful river restoration and mitigation measures and programmes. Deliverable 6.2 of Work Package 6 is the final report on methods, models and tools to assess the hydromorphology of rivers.

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Work Package 6 of REFORM focuses on monitoring protocols, survey methods, assessment procedures, guidelines and other tools for characterising the consequences of physical degradation and restoration, and for planning and designing successful river restoration and mitigation measures and programmes. Deliverable 6.2 of Work Package 6 is the final report on methods, models and tools to assess the hydromorphology of rivers.

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This policy paper aims are to identify specific issues and raise awareness of the issues related to groundwater-river interactions by improving knowledge transfers to policy makers and water managers. Groundwater is a key factor in supporting ecological flows (Eflows), both concerning quantity and quality of surface water required for Good Status of aquatic ecosystems.

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These findings reveal thatthe labor market still represents a major challenge for women — a gender gap persists even when women demonstrate equal or higher academic performance than men.

Quadlin created 2,000 job applications and sent them to entry-level job openings for male and female candidates with identical résumés and then determined their success based on callback rates. Among men, those with a C+ college GPA got as many callbacks as A- applicants. Among women however, B+ applicants received the most callbacks. When comparing both genders, A+ men received roughly twice as many callbacks as A+ women. These differences were even greater for women in traditionally “masculine” majors, like math or the physical sciences. These findings reveal thatthe labor market still represents a major challenge for women — a gender gap persists even when women demonstrate equal or higher academic performance than men.

To understand the reasoning behind these decisions, Quadlin then sent the same applications to employers in charge of hiring decisions at more than 250 companies. She asked them to provide feedback about applicants’ qualifications and personal characteristics based solely on the application materials. When assessing men, employers discussed competence and commitment; for women, employers discussed likability. Employers viewed high-achieving women as arrogant and ambitious. On the other hand, they viewed high-achieving men as competent and likable, simultaneously. These findings reveal that the labor market still represents a major challenge for women — a gender gap persists even when women demonstrate equal or higher academic performance than men.

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Ethnic and racial differences sometimes serve as sources of exclusion. However, recent research by Ervin B Kosta suggests that sharing similar racial and ethnic backgrounds — even when they are not exactly the same — can also facilitate social inclusion. Their research demonstrates how Albanian immigrants were able to incorporate themselves into Italian businesses and neighborhoods in 1960s New York City because of shared culture, history, and racial backgrounds.

Albanians were also able to leverage these shared narratives to identify as racially White in a time when Italian business owners and community leaders felt threatened by non-White groups’ increased presence in the region.

From 2006 to 2010 Kosta interviewed Italian and Albanian store owners in the Bronx’s Little Italy. Both groups share common historical experiences, contact in Europe, geographic proximity, similar racial backgrounds, language, and food. These similarities served as reference points for conversations between the two groups, and Albanians emphasized these similarities to maintain their ethnic identity and avoid assimilation, but at the same time they did not challenge the Italian hierarchy in the neighborhood. Albanians were also able to leverage these shared narratives to identify as racially White in a time when Italian business owners and community leaders felt threatened by non-White groups’ increased presence in the region.

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