Purchasing any of these great Video Arts training videos featuring
the legendary actor John Cleese is an excellent training move. John Cleese Training Videos always entertain and inform. Sometimes John Cleese stars in the films and sometimes he is active writing, producing and directing. Even if John Cleese isn't in these training programs from Video
Arts, you'll probably recognize many of the actors from British TV. From Hugh Laurie ("House" and "Black Adder") and Dawn French ("French and Saunders" - "The Vicar of Dibley") to Stephen Fry ("Black Adder") and Martin Clunes ("Doc Martin") as well as many others you'll understand the quality of the productions by noting the quality of the actors. If you don't see the John Cleese title you are looking for then please call us at 1-253-759-6639 and we'll take your order for you! Please, call for more information. The John Cleese products by Video Arts are not available through us for mailing addresses outside the U.S. Please, call 253-759-6639 if you have any questions.
"Jamie" Oliver also known as TV's "The Naked Chef" is a British chef, restaurateur, and media personality. He is known for his food-focused television shows stressing nutritious, fresh foods. He has written best selling cookbooks and most recently has led a campaign against the use of processed foods in schools.
Jamie Oliver stresses teamwork and leadership as he brings about change. His three programs from Video Arts feature plain speaking and passion. He is masterful in his recipes and in his presentations. The steps of change and acceptance in the school lunch programs is no different than corporate change and acceptance.
There is always a fight against change and Jamie Oliver is leading the charge.
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In the mean time if you have never seen a Video Arts/John Cleese production, please watch this preview of Performance Matters: The Need for Contructive Criticism:
Years ago, John Cleese began replacing himself with other funny people. Take a look at Hugh Laurie in Who Sold You This Then?:
Some viewers get upset when they expect to see John Cleese and instead see one of the newer people, but time constraints and better productions values have given us excellent training videos based on the same original principles.