Female executive - training course

Job #583

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Job # 583 Female executive - training course

Posted Date
Jul 27, 2005 @ 01:09
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Jul 28, 2005
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Job Description

Require 1 female voice actress to record 2 short voiceover segments as part of a web-based management training program. Total combined recording time for full script is approximately 1 min 45 seconds. See script below.

Voice actress will be playing the part of Rachael Morgenstern, a marketing executive in the credit card division of a large bank. Ms. Morgenstern is 34 years old, is intelligent, and has a strong, outspoken personality.

Voice actor will need to have own recording equipment, and be able to send final product in digital format.

Need to receive final product by 28 July (end of day).

SEGMENT 1:
“I think that reaching consensus generally takes too long, and often results in ‘watered down’ decisions which do not have the impact that we originally intend, because of all the compromises that must be made along the way.”

SEGMENT 2:
"Jack is on the right track...but making everyone responsible for product development means that no one is accountable. You can't have shared responsibilities and expect that things will get done.

Product development is a highly complex and detail-oriented task, and experience counts. I have the most experience in this area and I feel that the new process Jack is proposing should be developed and managed by me. I plan to go to Jack and tell him as much.

Allowing people like Malcolm and Agnes to have equal input in the development projects is just asking for delays. They don't have the ability to think beyond their day-to-day responsibilities, and they're likely to bog down new initiatives with details relevant only to them.

Developing and circulating regular performance reports is something that we have needed for a long time. I have a number of thoughts regarding the indicators we should be measuring, and I plan to be an integral part of the report development process.

Customer retention has never been given the priority it deserves in our organization, so I think having it as a part of everyone's MBOs is a great idea. Agnes tends to think of customer retention in operational terms…so now that we all are responsible, I have a lot of plans regarding how we can improve our efforts in retaining customers, and I can't wait to get started on implementing them."

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