We're on the Same Team, Remember?
TEAMS | a CRM Release
Program length: 20:00

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When it comes to portraying a positive and professional image to customers, a company is only as strong as its weakest team member. The humorous We're on the Same Team, Remember? training video illustrates the all too familiar disaster that can happen when communications break down and expectations are left unclear.

Key Learning Points:

  • Communicate
  • Clarify
  • Be Available
  • Be Responsive

Shows why teamwork is crucial to organizational success. It will reduce miscommunications, especially in business-to-business relationships while enabling organizations to provide better service overall.

This film is also available with Spanish, Chinese (traditional), Italian and Portuguese subtitles.

Languages: English

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We're on the Same Team, Remember?
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Strong and believable story can be a good springboard for discussion about what happens when communication breaks down and expectations are unclear. The film can not stand alone, however. I think strong facilitation would be necessary to reinforce the learning points and bring about change in thinking and behaviors.

  • Realistic story and outcome.
  • Employee behaviors are believable and thought-provoking.
  • Story doesn't directly introduce or reinforce learning points.

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