Sounds like a great project. Having successfully worked in 54 couuntries during my career, I have come to know "how to work" with the various cultures - yes including the British while working with the UK Customs in the 1980s and British ex-Pats in the 1990s in Saudi Arabia. With increasing globalization which is certainly reflected in cross-culturalization of companies throughout the global marketplace (and particularly in the US as we proceed from a Manufacturing-based country to Service-based), programs like yours as described will most certainly be necessary and successful.
Since returning to the area of my birth, I have been invited as Keynote/Guest Speaker from the Middle School/High School level to Universities, Business Chambers and Groups (e.g., Rotary, Kiwanis) and all have been very successful. I have a Flyer on Keynote/Guest Speaking I can send you if interested which provides typical titles for my presentations. As a note, when I returned from a 6 year Consultant contract in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, I was asked to provide a review of the book "Coaching Across Cultures" by Phillipe Rosinski which was ultimately posted on the Internet by Peer Resource Network out of Vancouver, BC, Canada.
If you find the above interesting, please count me in your list of "Experts". Also, I am currently developing projects for Nigeria, Ghana and Guinea-Conakry and perhaps there may be ways for me to utilize your video talents in a win-win scenario.
Best regards. Joe the Road Warrior
Joe the Road Warrior
Cool & Associates, Inc.
where Quality is NEVER an Accident