San Diego, CA (PRWEB) July 28, 2013 -- The John Cleese training videos provided by Carlton’s Training are hilarious regardless of their intent. And their intent of course is to educate the corporate world with their new management training. However, it can be quite the experience to try to distinguish between art, entertainment or education. It’s supposed to be good for employees but also what they want. Carlton’s Training provides the John Cleese training videos to be educational but it seems they are both the peas and the mashed potatoes they hide within.
The most popular of the John Cleese training videos is of course the training video Meetings Bloody Meetings. This program has been reproduced in as many languages in the world as there are minutes in this program. The hilarity at demonstrating how wasteful meetings can be is something every person on every staff can relate to. But what’s interesting is how in the end the program seems to educate employees on how to hold more effective meetings not just eliminate the unnecessary ones.
Another popular program from John Cleese is the appraisal interviewing program The Dreaded Appraisal. It’s amazing how no one wants to hear negative feedback but enlightening to understand that no one wants to give it. However, these two issues can often be at odds as employees don’t go looking to hear what they can improve upon and managers aren’t seeking out people to take shots at.
So what happens is no one understands where he or she stands and no one improves. This program fights hard to demonstrate how performance appraisals can be like goal setting sessions where employees not only hear what they need to improve upon but can also be given ideas on how to do so. This makes for vastly improved performances. And it’s all within the confines of a hilarious twist on the performance appraisal. Its knock out funny humor is implemented to be remembered so as to create lasting change.
Carlton’s Training uses the John Cleese training videos for their intelligence and refined humor. Their programs find the humor so employees will sit for the medicine that seems to come next and throughout the programs. It’s a fun way to conduct meetings and seems to work for organizations. To view the Meetings Bloody Meetings video or learn more about this organization, click on their site here at Carlton’s Training.
Jim Case, Carlton's Training Solutions, http://carltonstraining.com, 310-694-8495, [email protected]