As a war rages on in the province of Bougainville in Papua New Guinea, a young girl becomes transfixed by the Charles Dickens novel Great Expectations, which is being read at school by the only white man in the village.
A bassist shows up early for the betrothal ball of a beautiful princess, and whiles away the time having a dip in the river. The princess is doing the same, unbeknownst to the bass player, ... See full summary »
Bolt, a British linguist, develops a universal language, so he's a sudden sensation and receives a Nobel prize. An ambitious diplomat, capitalizing on Bolt's celebrity, arranges for the U.S... See full summary »
Three mischievous employees of a bank in a small deserted town all make plans to rob at the same time, however none of them knows about the others. Meanwhile, a clothing store employee has ... See full summary »
John Cleese shows that, properly planned and organised, a meeting can achieve more in a short time than any other method of internal communication. Makes everyone who attends meetings aware... See full summary »
John Cleese at his absolute best! Possibly better than Monty Python for those who do not understand Python humour (Personally, I never had a problem).
John Cleese is able to inject so much comedy yet still get his well-learned messages across in a way that nobody else seems to be able to do; it really is an Extremely humorous Customer Service Training Film.
I highly recommend this short movie for any business that has a Customer Service element. Though it is a selection of short stories within a select number of service industries, the lessons learned are EQUALLY applicable to ALL service industries.
I used it to help Computer Technicians prepare for Field Service, it was always the highlight of my Training Class.
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