Human beings are wired for story. From our earliest ancestors, knowledge, culture, and information was passed from one generation to the next through story. Even today, research shows people are persuaded more and learn faster through story than through charts, graphs, and facts.
Yet how often do we skillfully leverage storytelling at work? Karen Eber, a top TED speaker and “Leader Whisperer,” believes anyone can learn to be a great storyteller, and story skills are essential for leaders.
Three Reasons to Tune In:
S4E8: Adam Grant - The Power of (Re)Thinking
S4E7: Annie Duke - Decision Making for Today‘s Leaders
S4E6: Shelle Rose Charvet - Words That Change Minds
S4E5: Jim Detert - Choosing Courage - An Everyday Guide to Being Brave at Work
S4E3: Alison Fragale - How to Make Leadership a Level Playing Field for Women
S4E2: Annie Korver - Truth, Reconciliation and Our Path Forward
S4E1: Greg McKeown - How Great Leaders Make Success Easy
S3E9: Jeff Tetz - Accelerating Out of the (Down) Turn
S3E8: Amy C. Edmondson - Psychological Safety and High Performance
S3E7: Tracy L. Dumas, PhD - Personal + Professional Boundary Management
S3E6: David C Baker - Positioning Your Organization Ahead of the Competition
S3E5: Cathy Salit - Your Workplace is a Stage, Learn to Master It
S3E4: David Marquet - Growing Followers into Leaders
S3E3: Mark Crowley - Heart-Based Leadership: How to Ignite People’s Potential
S3E2: Lee Vinsel - Has Our Obsession with Innovation Disrupted the Work That Matters Most?
S3E1: Dan Coyle - Simple Insights into Creating Extraordinary Culture
S2E10: Trevor Muir -Values-Based Decision Making
S2E9: Ted Kouri - Top 5 Things You Need to Get Ready for 2021
S2E8: Kim Cameron - The Effects of Positive Leadership
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