Archive for October, 2012


Will your strategy stick?

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —October 21, 2012
Filed in Strategy

The nature of the successful strategy is changing. Today, a company’s success depends in large part on how deeply its strategy is understood and embraced. This understanding and acceptance gives an organisation the ability to learn and adapt to changes faster than its competitors. It becomes more agile.1 While most companies expend considerable effort and […]

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Speaking engagements

Posted by  Daryl Cook —October 8, 2012
Filed in Events

Are you organising a conference, event or workshop and want to make it more interesting and engaging? Stuck for ideas or looking for a fresh approach? Whether it’s a small executive team offsite, or a leadership conference like the one Kevin recently did for 250+ people, or even like the one Mark did earlier this […]

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How to respond to misinformation that’s hurting your business

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —October 5, 2012
Filed in Business storytelling, Communication

I like to ask senior executives this simple question: is there a story going around your company that’s causing you pain? I remember asking one HR director this question who immediately sighed and said that their board recently appointed a new CEO. A couple of months after he arrived a new strategy emerged and the […]

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Storytelling for Leaders – Deliberate Practice Program

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —October 5, 2012
Filed in Business storytelling, News

We created this little 3-minute video to introduce our new deliberate practice program that helps you build your business storytelling skills. You can read more about the program here. Storytelling for Leaders – Deliberate Practice Program from Shawn Callahan on Vimeo.

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