Run time: 18 Minutes
This follow-up to FiSH!
demonstrates that keeping a vision alive is not only possible, but the whole point of having a vision in the first place.FiSH! Sticks
takes you to Seattle's Pike Place Fish Market where every employee assumes personal responsibility for maintaining the company's vision of service, passion and fun. The secrets of how these fishmongers keep their passion alive through daily commitment will show how your organization can do the same.
Organizations can keep their vision alive through these strategies:
Consultants: Per the producer's request, you may only purchase or rent FiSH! programs for employee training within your own organization. For more information, please call us at 1-800-421-0833.
- Commit - Employees are invited, but not required, to commit to the company's vision. Having that choice makes a difference in creating a feeling of ownership of the vision.
- Be It - Employees work hard to "be" the vision, drawing inspiration as they see others "being it".
- Coach It - Because no human is capable of "being it" all the time, everyone regularly "coaches" each other, providing feedback and encouraging a free flow of ideas and creativity across all positions.
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For the Leader's Guide, Workbook and additional items to purchase, please see the Related Items
(Ownership of the FiSH! Sticks video is required to purchase ancillary.)
Only K-12 Schools, Colleges and Universities are eligible for an education discount. Only qualified charitable 501(c)3 Non-Profits are eligible for a non-profit discount. Federal, State and Local Government agencies and departments are eligible for a Government discount. Your Sales Consultant will apply the eligible discount when they process your order.
FiSH! Sticks is making a difference:
"I used this for a team building training and it had a positive impact on the group that I trained. FiSH! Sticks had many pondering their commitment to the organization and their opportunity to change and make things better."
-Organizational Development Coordinator
-Child Development Council of Franklin County
"Great video with energetic content and music. Good for all levels. Shows how to empower employees to enroll and live with the group vision."
-a Technology Company