The conductor of a chamber symphony with only 30 musicians is asked to perform a piece originally written to be played by a full symphony of 90 musicians. Working "in concert," Maestro Fernandez leads his orchestra to reorganize and reinvent itself, maximizing its talents to do more with less. In order to meet the demands of his audience (his customers) the Maestro combines leadership, creativity, and teamwork to present a thrilling musical finale.
In Concert was shot on location with the Nevada Chamber Symphony. It was directed by Rob Nilsson, a Cannes Film Festival award-winner. The video has enjoyed widespread acclaim and has won many awards.
"This use of an orchestra analogy is applicable to almost every business audience you can think of. It raises issues and makes points you can build on for years."
Larry Barton, VP Communications, Motorola - SPS, Phoenix, Arizona
KEY LEARNING POINTS
- Maximizing teamwork
- Focusing on the goals of the customer
- Reengineering your team to achieve the customer’s goals
- Doing more with less
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