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Victim or player?

Posted by  Mark Schenk —April 15, 2013
Filed in Leadership Posts

I had a meeting on Friday with a senior leader facing a common problem. There are many changes going on and his people have developed …

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Feeling the need for change

Posted by  Daryl Cook —March 21, 2013
Filed in Anecdotes, Business storytelling, Leadership Posts

Kevin shared this story with me the other day. It’s too good not to retell. > A few years back, there was an ad agency …

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Show don’t tell

Posted by  Kevin Bishop —March 15, 2013
Filed in Leadership Posts

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Challenging ‘power’ and the stories that triggers

Posted by  Kevin Bishop —March 8, 2013
Filed in Business storytelling, Leadership Posts

A particular type of story that gets retold in organisations is the story about when ‘power’ was challenged and the result. We collected the following …

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Practical application of business storytelling

Posted by  Mark Schenk —March 5, 2013
Filed in Business storytelling, Leadership Posts

I was asked last week about the practical application of things we cover in our Storytelling for Leaders workshop. Fortunately, we had a very recent …

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Story-triggering and behavioural integrity

Posted by  Kevin Bishop —February 27, 2013
Filed in Business storytelling, Employee Engagement, Leadership Posts

People judge their leaders by how their actions align with their words. And how aligned these two things are then triggers stories that get told, …

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‘A’ for effort

Posted by  Mark Schenk —February 21, 2013
Filed in Anecdotes, Leadership Posts

As a manager, I have always had a lot of time for people who might not be overly talented but who always try their hardest. …

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No place for poor fiction

Posted by  Mark Schenk —January 24, 2013
Filed in Business storytelling, Leadership Posts

Last Thursday, I met an executive encountering some significant challenges in a major culture change underway in his organisation. He had been inspired to use …

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The value of new perspectives

Posted by  Mark Schenk —January 21, 2013
Filed in Leadership Posts

Joseph Jiminez joined Novartis in 2007 as Head of Consumer Health, in charge of the over the counter business. He had a background in consumer …

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The missing ingredient in strategy

Posted by  Kevin Bishop —December 13, 2012
Filed in Leadership Posts, Strategy

Cynthia A. Montgomery is the Timken Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School. One of the programs she teaches is for accomplished executives and …

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