139s Chain of Command: Madrigal Electromotive Security Training | Better Call Saul images and subtitles

♪♪Congratulations.You're almost at the finish line.For this last lesson,I'll be talking about chain of command.As an employee at a company as large as Madrigal,you're not gonna know everything that's going on.This is a business with a lot of moving parts.When you're told to do something,you're expected to do it.If you got questions, ask them,but know that there's a time and a place.Let me illustrate.You got the big bosses up at the top.These are the people you got to listen to.If they say "Jump," you say, "How high?"And here's you.All the people in between are your superiors,and if any of them ask you to do something, you do it.No questions asked.Let's say I tell you to drop off a package.It's safe to assume that this packageis necessary for another operation,which in turn,is part of an even bigger operation.As you see, each step,no matter how small, plays a rolein the international operations of Madrigal Electromotive.But what happens when you're assigneda task that troubles you?These employees have a concern about their marching orders.As a manager, it's important to cultivate an environmentin which employees know their opinionswill be heard and valued.Even if nothing changes, employees will understandthat they're contributing to a be bigger picture,a greater good.Don't like how the boss does business?Work somewhere else.But if you're thinking about making a change, bear in mindthat there's always going to be a chain of command.♪♪And that's it.I hope you enjoyed these cartoons'cause the fun stops now.It's a dangerous world out there,but if you put these lessons into practice,you just might be okay.If you have any other questions,Lydia can answer them.You know how they say "It's been a pleasure"?Well, it hasn't.♪♪

Chain of Command: Madrigal Electromotive Security Training | Better Call Saul

Mike Ehrmantraut shares when (and when not) to question your superiors on the job. #BetterCallSaul #AMC For more Better Call Saul videos: goo.gl/LLCugx Better Call Saul: Madrigal Electromotive Security Training: Chain of Command Subscribe to the AMC YouTube Channel : goo.gl/Tu5rSx Better Call Saul: goo.gl/B7Rfus Sign Up for the Better Call Saul Newsletter: www.amc.com/shows/better-call-saul/exclusives/newsletter-subscription Better Call Saul on Facebook: www.facebook.com/BetterCallSaulAMC/ Better Call Saul on Twitter: twitter.com/BetterCallSaul AMC : www.amctv.com/ AMC on Facebook : www.facebook.com/amc AMC on Twitter : twitter.com/AMC_TV Sign Up for the AMC Newsletter : www.amc.com/newsletter-subscription
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