It’s ‘Blue Moon’ day at Cutting Edge. Marcus tells his team it’s about pulling ideas out of the blue and working on them collaboratively. Dion has trouble staying awake but learns that his body language shows he is not interested. He discovers the importance of contributing to meetings, not just giving smart remarks. When Michael and Sam argue about mess, Sam is quick to point out Michael needs to complain less and actually share the workload to resolve it. The interns are encouraged to be resourceful, solve problems and show initiative. When Serena reports a breach of office security, Dion volunteers to do something about it. His disguise to test security doesn’t fool Carlos, but he is praised for his willingness to help solve the problem. Marcus is proud when Dion suggests ‘Do your best every time’ at the team training session on service.
Key Learning Points
This course is part of the Success at Work Series. The series demonstrate essential employability skills Millennials can use to achieve success at your organization and wherever their future endeavors may take them.
Two new interns arrive at Cutting Edge but not everything goes smoothly. Tatiana speaks five languages but must change her negative thinking. Dion is the overconfident smart-talking nephew of the boss.
Participants will watch as these former students learn from their mistakes while gaining an edge to succeed along the way. Lessons are engineered for viewers to see a clear picture of success and to maximize effectiveness in communication, prioritization and organization. Implement individual titles to emphasize singular successes or utilize the full force of the Cutting Edge Success at Work Series to elicit clear goal setting and productive, measurable results.