Narativ’s co-founder, Murray Nossel, Ph.D., calls storytelling “the most democratic form of creativity.” The logic behind his statement is that anyone can tell a story. And we are already telling stories all the time in response to questions as simple as, “how
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A Leader Choose Vulnerability in a Moment of Change In Powered by Storytelling, Murray Nossel, Ph.D., documents over a series of chapters the story he developed with Craig Kostelic, Chief Business Officer, US Advertising Revenue and Head of Global Advertising Solutions at Condé
Leaders can skillfully show vulnerability through storytelling Brave leadership, as well-documented in articles such as Margie Warrell’s, “Seven Hallmarks of Truly Courageous Leaders,” encompasses a broad array of situations in which risk-taking, self-trust, and forthrightness can be considered key attributes. Action-oriented bravery
A quick google search for “onboarding trends in 2019” reveals a growing recognition that cultural assimilation is an important factor in making your onboarding process successful. A quarter of Forbes Coaches Council members, when asked about their creative onboarding strategies, spoke to
The thing about storytelling techniques is, they are like the framing materials for a house. First, you need a plan. Then you can make good use of them. Begin the plan for your story by asking and answering the question, Why story?
Matthew Bahl, Vice President of Financial Wellness Customer Strategies at Prudential, used a personal story about his father to bring his data to life at the Inclusive Markets Summit on Financial Wellness. His father’s life story illustrates the precarity of many American’s