Posts Tagged ‘First impressions’

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041 – Icing breakers and presentation matters

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —May 13, 2019
Filed in Business storytelling, Podcast

Does presentation matter? Here’s a story you can tell or trigger to convince your colleagues that it does. If you regularly read our blog, you will be familiar with story-triggering. Story-triggering is what occurs when someone does something so remarkable that the people who see, or experience it, tell stories about it. In our last […]

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Storytelling to make messages stick

Posted by  Mark Schenk —May 13, 2011
Filed in Business storytelling, Communication

I’m reading an advance copy of Andrew O’Keeffe’s new book ‘Hardwired Humans: Successful Leadership Using Human Instincts’. I am looking forward to meeting Dr Jane Goodall when she launches the book on June 6. One of the human instincts, ‘emotion before reason’ tells us that emotions play a huge role in our decision making. We […]

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The little things that give you insight into the culture

Posted by  Mark Schenk —June 16, 2007
Filed in Anecdotes

The anecdote below, told by a participant in a recent workshop, really made me stop and think. There are lots of lessons it, not least of which is that seemingly innocuous actions can have a big influence on a person’s decision to join an organisation. A friend of mine had applied for a fantastic new […]

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