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How to practice storytelling while getting real work done

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —November 17, 2016
Filed in Business storytelling

Twenty years ago, psychologist Anders Ericsson conducted research on what it takes to build expertise. Mere practice is not enough. If practice is all it takes to be great, taxi drivers would be the best drivers in the world. Ericsson discovered it takes a special type of practice to build better skills. He called it […]

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Storytelling in business and the effectiveness of ‘pizza’ meetings

Posted by  Stuart Reid —November 14, 2016
Filed in Anecdotes, Business storytelling

My involvement with storytelling in business started back in 1998, when I joined the UK Audit Commission as a researcher. At that time, the Audit Commission was the public sector watchdog in the UK. It was well known for its hard-hitting and evidence-based research reports, which exposed poor performance, fraud and waste in the public […]

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