Posts Tagged ‘Values’

034 – When baggage really flies

Posted by  Anecdote International —November 22, 2018
Filed in Business storytelling, Podcast

This week’s podcast shows how Southwest Airlines stuck to their purpose which helped the airline add over $1 billion to their bottom line. Find out how.

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Musings on leadership and engagement that you can apply

Posted by  David Green —May 24, 2016
Filed in Leadership Posts

Engagement is a word much used in corporate life, and, unfortunately, often associated with company surveys inevitably used to keep managers in line. This is …

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The value of a pause in changing people’s minds

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —March 10, 2016
Filed in Anecdotes, Communication

I recently attended my local IABC chapter’s 2016 kick-off event, talk55. Twelve speakers had five minutes each to share an idea using only five slides. …

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Why Leaders Need Good Storytelling Skills – Part 1

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —February 9, 2016
Filed in Business storytelling

This is chapter 1 of the book, Putting Stories to Work – Mastering Business Storytelling. I decided to share it in two parts so this is …

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Mastering business storytelling with 4 vital disciplines

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —January 26, 2016
Filed in Business storytelling

When I started writing Putting Stories to Work I was inspired by David Allen’s How to Get Things Done. I liked how it gave you …

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No fun at work – values in action

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —July 17, 2011
Filed in Anecdotes, Employee Engagement

I heard this story from one of our workshop participants. We were talking about values and how they play out in practice. Their organisation, a …

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Finding and amplifying a sense of direction—directional stories

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —June 1, 2007
Filed in Anecdotes, Communication

This week I have been talking to people about foundational stories and how they are important for reinforcing the core vales and direction for everyone …

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