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Meetings, Bloody Meetings (Updated Version)
Program length: 30:00

Meetings, Bloody Meetings has been updated to include the newest technologies businesses use today. And, this new version also stars John Cleese -- but this time in the role of judge. Through wry comedy, this hilarious video defines the five disciplines that transform a gathering into a professionally run business meeting.

In a nightmarish court, a cynical manager is found guilty of failing to prepare himself and inform others about the meeting agenda. Omitting to invite all the relevant people, failure to plan the agenda, failure to control the discussion, and failure to record the decisions, are among his many faults. The judge demonstrates how the rules for running a meeting parallel those of a court and the chaos that would result if he ran his court in the same way.

Through the workshop and support materials, participants will learn:

  • A step-by-step formula for conducting meetings
  • Prepare, structure, manage and control effective meetings
  • Keep the focus on the matters at hand
  • How to make meetings more meaningful and productive
  • Save time for everyone on the team through a stream-lined process

Also Available:
More Bloody Meetings
The Invisible Meeting
5 Questions Every Leader Must Ask

Languages Available (sold separately): English


A Video Arts release

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Honest opinions from the managers and employees who use our training products in the real world.
Meetings, Bloody Meetings (Updated Version)
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3 out of 7 people thought the following review was helpful:
    Israa Ahmed - Hospitality
This vedio was very good, it was not boring, the goals were obvious and the guidlines were great. The acting was very good and I think that the film will affect my work and I will encourage others to see this film.

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