Archive for September, 2012


A story of values in action

Posted by  Kevin Bishop —September 27, 2012
Filed in Anecdotes

It’s grand final week here in Australia. This is when two of the most high profile sports, Australian Rules Football and Rugby League, have their final games to decide who becomes the champions this year. It’s the equivalent of the Superbowl in America or the Champions League Football Final in Europe. My local rugby league […]

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Building credibility at ANZ Bank – leaders must tell stories

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —September 19, 2012
Filed in Business storytelling

I had the pleasure of meeting Anne Weatherston, the CIO of ANZ bank, today. She spoke at a business lunch about their new strategy and some of the important decisions her leadership group is making to support the bank’s focus on Asia. To get the support of the business Anne felt that her technology group […]

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Story Quote of the Week

Posted by  Kevin Bishop —September 14, 2012
Filed in Business storytelling

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5 tips to pick a high-quality coach, mentor or teacher

Posted by  Kevin Bishop —September 6, 2012
Filed in Communication

I started to read Daniel Coyle’s latest book: The Little Book of Talent: 52 Tips for improving your skills on the commute to work this morning, and it’s fascinating.   I really enjoyed Coyle’s previous book The Talent Code: Greatness Isn’t Born. It’s Grown. Here’s How. The book was all about answering the question; “how […]

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