“A team is a group of people who go out of their way to make each other look good.” – Robert Farrell
Teamwork and Team-Building
This customer service film is our top selling program. It's loaded with humor, touching stories, fun graphics, and great music that all work together to deliver the powerful message: "take care of your customers." Bringing the enthusiasm and profound wisdom of Bob Farrell to your next meeting is a sure-fire way to transform your team into a bunch of pickle-givers!
The all-time bestseller on group decision making. See the negative impact of "going along to get along". This highly entertaining film explores what can happen when no one truly believes in what they're agreeing to. Don't let your team take "the road to Abilene".
This customer service video picks up right where Give 'em the Pickle left off! This time, Bob Farrell is out on a road trip, collecting inspiring pickle stories from real-life companies, just like yours, which provide outstanding customer service. These fun-filled stories not only exemplify the Pickle Philosophy, they also add fresh new insight into how your own team can "give ‘em the pickle".
Team conflict can take on many different forms such as belittling, blaming, backstabbing, and bickering. The Unified Team offers tools to help leaders overcome these problems, and promote a sense of unity within their team. Ideal for team leaders, supervisors and managers.
Provide employees with the skills they need to effectivly create a "feedback culture" within your organization where giving and receiving feedback becomes a normal part of day-to-day business, therefore improving moral, empowering teams as well as quality of your service.
Whether we pursue it, or it is forced upon us, change can make or break any business. The determining factor for success relies on the attitude of the employees challenged with adapting to the change and charged with finding new solutions.
This special edited-version of the classic CRM Learning program, Teamwork in Crisis, tells the amazing story of United Airlines Flight 232. In less than ten minutes, the video shows how teams in the cockpit and on the ground resisted panic when the plane experienced potentially catastrophic mechanical failure...leading to an outcome far better than anyone would have predicted.
Based on the principles developed by Glenn M. Parker in the Parker Team-Player Survey, this video program depicts the four primary team-member personality styles inherent to every workteam: the contributor, the collaborator, the communicator and the challenger.