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The aim
To show organized managers the importance of organizing their teams. About the program
This video, which picks up from the story in the first two parts of the series but can be used as a stand-alone resource, shows how effective managers can create time to focus on their teams.

The now organized manager is called to St Peter, this time following an annual health check. Here he learns that his management style still leaves a lot to be desired, since he is failing to organize his team. Through highly memorable wrong-way, right-way scenarios, viewers will learn three steps to successful delegation.

It is the manager's role to ensure that all team members understand their purpose. The manager must define and identify their overall objective and their key result areas so that they know what is expected of them.

Individuals should be set standards to achieve, measurable either by quality, quantity or cost, so that both they and the manager know how they are doing.

And managers must agree targets with individual team members in order to help them develop and realize their potential, or to bring their performance back on track.

Following the three steps, the manager will be able to improve the performance and results of individuals, the team and the organization. The benefits
  • Targeted at managers and team leaders new or inexperienced in the role
  • Three key steps to improving team management
  • Memorable, engaging and amusing look at a widely applicable leadership skill
  • Versatile video for use with or without the preceding two parts in the series
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Empowerment Information:
A Video Arts production featuring John Cleese, Nigel Lindsay, Beatie Edney and Ann Bryson. Release date: 1997
Time management
Release Date
Sep 1, 1997
Video Running Time (minutes)
Video Arts Ltd.
Featured Talent
Ann Bryson
John Cleese
Beatie Edney
Nigel Lindsay
Presentation Style
Humorous drama
Course ID


Trainer/Leader Guide
Group Trainers Workbook
Overhead Slides
Self Study Workbook

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