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Welcome to our podcast, Anecdotally Speaking. Each week we tell a business story, talk about why it works and discuss where you might tell it at work. Our aim is to help you build your story repertoire.

 

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DATE
LENGTH

Replay 075 – Conflict is essential to collaboration

The barriers that women face hold all of us back. Listen to hear how Dr Alice Stewart overcame all sorts of obstacles to find a correlation between x-raying pregnant women and childhood cancer.

Mar 8, 2022
20:41

142 – Million-dollar bathroom basin

Customer service is everything. Listen to hear how one salesperson lost their business a $1.5 million contract.

Feb 22, 2022
9:39

141 – Rocket science propelling librarians

When you build a workplace culture that allows mistakes to be discussed, you ensure they won’t be repeated. Listen to hear how a jet propulsion laboratory owns its failures and fosters a learning culture.

Feb 16, 2022
20:32

140 – When you desperately need your plan B

Have a plan B and keep it top of mind. Listen to hear how a desperate cry for help saved a man’s life just last month.

Feb 8, 2022
17:16

139 – Contract bondage no good by George

You don’t have to follow the path people expect you to take. Listen to hear why an Australian actor refused to sign a contract worth more than one million pounds.

Feb 1, 2022
16:11

138 – Scurvy sailors served sauerkraut

Pushing ideas and actions on people will only lead to resistance. Listen to hear how Captain James Cook used a pull strategy to save his crew from scurvy.

Jan 25, 2022
21:39

137 – Journeys of heroes and Beatles

A team philosophy will help soothe your colleagues’ concerns in stressful situations. Listen to hear why the Beatles reminded each other that “something will happen” when tensions rose.

Jan 17, 2022
18:15

136 – It’s like riding a new bike

Suggestion and argument alone don’t change minds, but experiences do. Listen to hear how one husband finally persuaded his wife to buy herself a new and improved bike.

Dec 21, 2021
20:12

135 – Noticing the cut versus feeling the pain

Empathy will help you help other people. Listen to hear how a woman stopped a child’s crying by showing that she could really understand how they were feeling.

Dec 15, 2021
14:27

134 – Look for the good and trust in the work

You don’t know what other people are going through. Listen to hear why Hugh van Cuylenburg will never stop pushing his organisation’s (The Resilience Project) message.

Dec 7, 2021
25:41

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