A Burmese Train Jump and a Russian Traffic Jam inspire corporate change

Last year I conducted a Service Excellence intervention at the South African Music Rights Organisation (SAMRO). These were amongst my favourite clips for illustrating problem solving skills, our inherent creativity and teamwork. Not only are they quite funny but they provoke interesting and entertaining discussions about culture too.

Apparently this village in Burma is too small to warrant trains stopping so the locals participate in teamwork in order to jump on. The best these train drivers can do to assist is to slow down slightly!

Talk about Outliers! Check out how these comrades take matters in their own hands!


About Leonie Hall

I'm on a mission to make training information and resources accessible so you can Keep Climbing!

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