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Anecdote article image: The vital role of business storytellingThe vital role of business storytelling

Leaders can use storytelling to convey values, share lessons or explain a strategic direction. They can use storytelling to forge deeper connections between people and to inspire them to focus their attention and take action.

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Anecdote article image: How to make your strategy stick with a strategic storyHow to make your strategy stick with a strategic story

Research has shown that most employees don’t understand their organisation’s strategy. You can reconnect employees with your company strategy by converting the strategy into a strategy story and gaining the skills to tell that story in an understandable, memorable way.

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Anecdote article image: A strategy story does more than communicate your strategyStrategy stories do more than communicate strategy

Strategy stories are not only an effective way to communicate strategy. They have many other benefits for the organisations which choose to create and share them.

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Anecdote article image: Making strategies stick - tackling anti-storiesMaking strategies stick – tackling anti-stories

For every official story told in an organisation, there are often anti-stories – pre-existing beliefs and perceptions that work against your objectives. Identifying and tackling these anti-stories is a critical part of any new strategy.

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Anecdote article image: The role of stories in data storytellingThe role of stories in data storytelling

There is a chasm between finding an insight in data and influencing a decision-maker to act on it. You can bridge that gap with storytelling. Stories connect data and establish meaning. They bring data to life.

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Anecdote article image: Making the most of story-workMaking the most of story-work

The use of story-work is becoming increasingly popular within organisations for many different purposes, like employee engagement. The act of storytelling is indeed very powerful, but to focus solely on this one aspect of story-work limits its benefits.

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Anecdote article image: Four story-based practices to foster insightFour story-based practices to foster insight

Confirmation bias has it that we are unlikely to change our opinions or behaviours unless we experience a new way of thinking. We can experience this new way of thinking first-hand or vicariously through the sharing of stories.

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