Archive for the ‘Business storytelling’ Category

3D printing saves a little girl from years of suffering

Posted by  Christopher Kogler —August 28, 2014
Filed in Business storytelling

Occasionally, a business story resonates deeply with me and renews my belief that we’re here to help others as we journey through this world. This …

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The stories we tell ourselves

Posted by  Hannah Havas —August 22, 2014
Filed in Business storytelling

Ever heard the saying ‘can’t see the wood for the trees’? In my role as a coach, this is often the situation I find confronts …

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How to trigger the retelling of foundation stories

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —August 14, 2014
Filed in Business storytelling

Every organisation, big or small, needs a foundation story that illustrates what’s important to them, what they stand for. But it’s important to remember that …

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Stories can change something normal into something extraordinary

Posted by  Ronald van Domburg —July 22, 2014
Filed in Anecdotes, Business storytelling

A few months ago, in my car on the way to see a client, I heard an interview on the radio. There was this lady …

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2 simple ways to help you remember a business story

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —July 17, 2014
Filed in Business storytelling

Imagine you’re in a meeting and one of your colleagues makes the bold statement, ‘We need a big initiative here. It’s really the only way …

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How an Indian hotel chain turned their customer satisfaction around using stories

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —July 15, 2014
Filed in Business storytelling

Two years ago Mark and I flew to New Delhi to run a public Storytelling for Leaders program. This public program was an extended version …

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A business story – take responsibility

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —July 3, 2014
Filed in Anecdotes, Business storytelling

Business stories don’t need to be fancy. They should be told just like you would tell it if you were catching up with a colleague …

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One way to make your stories even more meaningful

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —July 1, 2014
Filed in Business storytelling

Sometimes it’s a good idea to finish a story so that the audience has to put some pieces together to get what the story is …

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How to keep your stories on track

Posted by  Amanda Marko —June 30, 2014
Filed in Business storytelling

By Amanda Marko, an Anecdote Partner based in the USA One way to think of a good business story is as a roadmap that points listeners toward …

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Implementing your change ideas with stories

Posted by  Anjali Sharma —June 23, 2014
Filed in Business storytelling

Anjali Sharma is the Managing Director of Narrative: The Business of Stories and an Anecdote Partner for the Storytelling for Leaders Program in Singapore and …

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