Hope you are doing well during these challenging times.
Leadership is facing the biggest challenge, at work, home and in the community. In the corporate world to the political world. How we handle this crisis would define our legacy as a leader.
– What is storytelling?
– Does it mean different to different leaders? What does it mean to you?
– Is storytelling a key leadership skill?
After two successful global webinars on ICF Team Coaching and Emotional Intelligence, we are delighted to bring to you a session on Tactical Story Telling with the master storyteller Neil Bearden, MD, Plot Wolf and Associate Professor of Decision Sciences at INSEAD, Singapore on July 28, 2020, at 7 PM India Time/6:30 AM PST.
To register, please visit https://tactical-storytelling.gr8.com/
Storytelling describes the social and cultural activity of sharing stories, sometimes with improvisation, theatrics or embellishment. Every culture has its own stories or narratives, which are shared as a means of entertainment, education, cultural preservation or instilling moral values. (Wiki)
Stories “fulfill a profound human need to grasp the patterns of living—not merely as an intellectual exercise, but within a very personal, emotional experience.” – Robert McKee
Leaders who tell stories also communicate a compelling vision around desired beliefs, behaviors and results. … In essence, storytelling helps leaders change the way their teams think, which is a critical step in shifting the way employees act.
Let us add storytelling to our leadership, life. Happy storytelling, leading.
Stay safe, stay blessed.