Archive for September, 2020

076 – Dome making not an egg-xact science

Posted by  Anecdote International —September 22, 2020
Filed in Business storytelling, Culture, Podcast

Can you balance an egg on its pointy end? Listen to hear how Brunelleschi revolutionised how we think about innovation with one small egg demonstration.

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Untapped power of your employees—story listening

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —September 17, 2020
Filed in Communication, Culture, Employee Engagement

Worldwide employee engagement levels are low. Shawn Callahan explains where you might find the knowledge to reverse this trend within your organisation.

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075 – Conflict is essential to collaboration

Posted by  Anecdote International —September 15, 2020
Filed in Collaboration, Insight, Podcast

Do you need an effective example of data storytelling? Listen to hear how Dr Alice Stewart found the correlation between x-raying pregnant women and childhood cancer.

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How to avoid Zoom fatigue

Posted by  Cynden Adams —September 10, 2020
Filed in Communication, Culture, Employee Engagement

Since COVID-19 hit, Zoom meetings have become a daily reality. Here are our tips for avoiding Zoom fatigue while so many events are occurring virtually.

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074 – It’s not how good you say you are

Posted by  Anecdote International —September 8, 2020
Filed in Culture, Podcast, Selling

What happens when you highlight a colleague’s expertise to a prospect? Listen to hear how a simple tweak in conversation can dramatically change the sale.

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How vulnerability can make you a better leader

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —September 3, 2020
Filed in Business storytelling, Communication, Leadership Posts

Letting down your corporate facade can be a great way of building rapport and showing that you’re a person others can open up to.

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073 – Stradi various settings impact value

Posted by  Anecdote International —September 1, 2020
Filed in Culture, Podcast

When you are focused on one task, do you miss valuable moments happening around you? Listen to hear how a world-class musician went unnoticed in a Washington train station.

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