Archive for June, 2016

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Getting things done with a Bullet Journal

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —June 17, 2016
Filed in Insight

Iā€™m a fan of the Getting Things Done time-management methodology, the one David Allen first suggested in his 2001 book of the same name. Its main tenet is to get things out of your head ā€“ ideas, plans, appointments, interesting snippets ā€“ by jotting them down and, where necessary, making them actionable. The thing is, […]

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The state of storytelling in 2016 – insights from the ATD2016 conference

Posted by  Mark Schenk —June 16, 2016
Filed in Business storytelling, News

In mid-May I was in Denver for the ATD 2016 conference. It was a huge affair and there were about 11,000 participants, many from overseas. Near the end of the conference, I recorded the following video clip giving an update on the state of storytelling from the conference. There were 14 presentations on storytelling. This […]

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How do we prosper in a changing business environment?

Posted by  David Green —June 10, 2016
Filed in Anecdotes, Culture

Just four years ago, Peter took up the role of CEO of a company which for years had supplied maintenance services to the mining industry, called Mitchells Maintenance. The business came with over a thousand staff and a good reputation with its customers. The previous year, one of its contracts had gone awry. The board […]

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Team cohesion: lessons from a trip down the Snowy River

Posted by  David Green —June 3, 2016
Filed in Collaboration, Fun

Along the way, I have designed and run some leadership development programs in alliance with Outward Bound. Our programs have mostly run for 15 days, and include a week’s physical and metaphorical journey “into the unknown”. It’s a great setting for building your self-awareness as a leader – of others, and of yourself. The first […]

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Practice storytelling like a Grizzly

Posted by  Mark Schenk —June 1, 2016
Filed in Events, News

Storytelling is a powerful business tool. It’s available to everyone. All you need is a little knowledge, a few new habits and some practice. We are firm believers in the importance of practice -it’s why we include a six-month Deliberate Practice Program as part of our programs. It’s also why we selected the bear and […]

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