Keep participants focused to meet objectives Why are there so many detestable meetings? Because so few chairpeople properly manage their meetings. This 1994 version of More Bloody Meetings focuses on the interpersonal skills needed to keep meetings productive. Building on the story of its companion video, Meetings, Bloody Meetings, John Cleese is caught in his own courtroom nightmare, accused of bungling the human side of meetings. Cleese is brought up on three charges: failure to control the meeting, failure to keep the meeting on track and failure to allow everyone to contribute. The evidence? The culprit's own flashbacks from recent meetings, every session mismanaged. When the judge reviews the facts of the case, there is little doubt that Cleese is once again 'GUILTY!' Used on its own or in tandem with its companion title, More Bloody Meetings is sure to benefit both veteran and novice meeting leaders.