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088 – Corporate Storytelling—Strategy development and communication with Melodie Potts Rosevear
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Developing your company strategy story can uncover a lot. Listen to hear how Founder and CEO at Teach for Australia, Melodie Potts Rosevear, discovered her company’s natural storytellers while developing their strategy story.
Welcome to the seventh episode of our Anecdotally Speaking—Corporate Storytelling series! The series celebrates the paper we released at the end of October titled Corporate Storytelling—The Essential Guide. It is our definitive guide to corporate storytelling and delves into the myriad of ways you can apply storytelling in a business context. To access the paper, click here!
Thank you to Melodie Potts Rosevear for being part of this episode. To connect with Melodie, click here. If you would like to learn more about Teach for Australia, click here to visit their website.
As Shawn mentions in this episode, we would love your feedback on Anecdotally Speaking and our Corporate Storytelling series! Click here to fill in a quick 3-minute survey. If you have any further comments, feel free to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Next week, on our final episode for 2020, we will be joined by Anecdote Principals, Mike Adams and Paul Ichilcik. In this episode, four Anecdote team members will discuss sales communication and our Story-Powered Sales program. We are looking forward to you tuning in!
About Anecdote International
Anecdote International is a global training and consulting company, specialising in utilising storytelling to bring humanity back to the workforce. Anecdote is now unique in having a global network of over 60 partners in 28 countries, with their learning programs translated into 11 languages, and customers who incorporate these programs into their leadership and sales enablement activities.