Illustrates the five basic principles for conducting productive meetings. In a nightmarish court, a cynical manager is found guilty of failing to prepare himself and inform others about the meeting agenda.
Cast: John Cleese, Robert Hardy, Jeremy Child, Alphonsia Emmanuel; introduced by Antony Jay.
This book is designed to help organizations train personnel in new skills and information effectively and efficiently. Facilitators, trainers, group leaders, and teacheres will find this book to be a comprehensive resource for the work they do in training rooms, at meetings, and in the classroom.
In spite of the title, most of the activities in this book go beyond simple icebreakers. The Storming section, for example, offers activities that explore diversity, conflict, and communication. The intent here is to offer a broad variety of activities from which trainers and facilitators can choose.
The need for effective and efficient training has never been greater. There is a constant flow of new information and a constant demand for new skills. Time constraints and costs, however, require that training be focused, organized, and meaningful. This book provides a comprehensive guide to trainers to ensure they are prepared to meet requirements of the training as well as the needs of participants.