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Great leaders communicate in ways that change minds and inspire action. Listen to hear how Franklin Roosevelt used an analogy to shift the events of World War II. The post 125 – Lending a hose to neighbours on fire appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
No matter how unlikely an event seems, it pays to prepare. Listen to hear the inspiring but tragic story of Rick Rescorla, whose meticulous planning saved almost 3,000 people on 9/11. The post 124 – When the stakes are sky high appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
Choosing to remain a bystander can have disastrous effects. Listen to hear how 37 people assumed another person would take responsibility and, as a result, a young woman lost her life. The post 123 – Tragic consequences of standing by appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
Imperfect conditions don’t equate to imperfect performance. Listen to hear how a solo jazz pianist made the most of what he had and recorded the best selling solo piano album of all time. The post 122 – Grumpy maestros and all that jazz appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
When you need to solve a problem or initiate a behaviour change, think beyond the obvious solution—you’ll likely find a more effective one. Listen to hear how a small town in Germany flipped a problematic march on its head. The post 121 – Charitable causes for problematic pilgrims appeared first on Anecdote.…
 
Is there a place for parables in business storytelling? Listen to hear Shawn Callahan share two apocryphal stories that you could use in your workplace. The post 118 – The grass is greener for the second mouse appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
Gary Klein once said, “Insight is when you unexpectedly come to a better story.” Listen to hear Shawn and Mike Adams exchange and explain the value of insight stories. The post 117 – How a story illuminates an insight appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
When circumstances change, the vision that brought you success in the past must also change. Listen to hear how a bra manufacturer overcame the challenges of the bra-burning movement of the 1970s. The post 115 – Less support gives more liberation appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
Attitude has a significant impact on performance. Listen to hear how a Russian gymnast went from storming out of one Olympic event to winning gold in the next. The post 113 – Low vaulting horse raises the bar appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
If you give your employees guiding principles rather than rules, they will do amazing things. Listen to hear special guest Doug Keeley’s favourite business story of all time. The post 112 – FedEx helicopter story absolutely positively flies appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
Don’t get too fixed in your thinking, be ready to shift or adapt. Listen to hear how one CEO, set in his ways, caused his company’s market share to plummet. The post 111 – Apple devours Blackberry pie slice appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
Having an impact often depends on asking good questions. Listen to hear how the global phenomenon that is Earth Hour was born out of a question. The post 110 – Foreign ideas triggering the cultural immune system appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
It can be tempting to turn away from seemingly insurmountable problems, but collaboration will help you find a solution. Listen to hear how a structural engineer saved thousands of people and his reputation through teamwork. The post Rerelease 007 – Saving the Citicorp skyscraper appeared first on Anecdote.…
 
Change is challenging, and you can’t expect everyone to pick it up immediately. Listen to hear the story behind the insight that produced the innovation diffusion theory. The post 109 – New corn idea falls on deaf ears appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
Are invisible biases impacting your decisions? Listen to hear how one man’s joke changed a town’s snow clearing system, preventing injuries and saving money. The post 098 – Gender biased snow job really hurts appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
People tend to do what they have always done, and sometimes without reason. Listen to hear how a grandmother’s necessity became her children’s norm. The post 095 – Wolf stories in sheep’s clothing appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
How can you change the direction of a conversation that is going off track? Listen to hear from storytelling expert and Anecdote Partner, Param Venkat. The post 094 – Building bridges to thaw the frozen appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
It is hard to put a dollar amount on experience, but it can be the difference between life and death. Listen to hear how a veteran made a quick decision. The post 091 – Fire chief’s great instincts before bingo bango appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
How do you establish rapport and connection in a job interview? Listen to hear how the use of story can give you a special edge in the job application and interview process. The post 090 – Corporate Storytelling—Job applications and interviews appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
The best sellers are the ones who tell stories. Listen to hear Anecdote Principals, Mike Adams and Paul Ichilcik, share their insights on sales communication. The post 089 – Corporate Storytelling—Sales communication with Mike Adams and Paul Ichilcik appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
Developing your company strategy story can uncover a lot. Listen to hear how Founder and CEO at Teach for Australia, Melodie Potts Rosevear, discovered her company’s natural storytellers while developing their strategy story. The post 088 – Corporate Storytelling—Strategy development and communication with Melodie Potts Rosevear appeared first on A…
 
Change in an organisation can be difficult. Listen to hear Tully Cashman divulge key story strategies he has implemented at Cargill, after working with Anecdote. The post 087 – Corporate Storytelling—Culture change and change management with Tully Cashman appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
How can you utilise story techniques when presenting an innovation? Listen to hear innovation expert, Paul Chapman, share his experiences. The post 086 – Corporate Storytelling—Innovation with Paul Chapman appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
The shortest distance between two people is a story. Listen to hear strategy and leadership experts Bernard and Tracey Swanepoel share their experience in story listening. The post 085 – Corporate Storytelling—Narrative insight with Bernard and Tracey Swanepoel appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
How can you inspire your team to hold your company values? Listen to hear Indranil Chakraborty, a storytelling expert and Anecdote Partner, unpack values communication. The post 084 – Corporate Storytelling—Values communication with Indranil Chakraborty appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
Have you been in a boring presentation, wearily watching slide after slide? Listen to hear marketing guru and friend of Anecdote, Darren Woolley, unpack brand communication. The post 083 – Corporate Storytelling—Brand communication with Darren Woolley appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
Can effective leadership exist without storytelling? Listen to hear how leadership consultant and executive coach, Hannah Davies, unpacks corporate storytelling. The post 082 – Corporate Storytelling—Leadership communication with Hannah Davies appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
We all know the saying, ‘the best thing since sliced bread,’ but who invented the bread-slicing machine? Listen to hear Otto Rohwedder’s surprising journey in selling his first bread slicer. The post 080 – Crummy early adoption for first bread slicer appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
Sometimes asking for a favour is a good way to build rapport. Listen to hear how Benjamin Franklin turned a rival to a friend. The post 077 – Benjamin’s book borrowing turns rival to friend appeared first on Anecdote.Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk による
 
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