“Stories can be very powerful, [but] it’s not enough to just have a story to tell, it has to have relevance, it has to have meaning, to you personally, you have to tell the story sincerely, [and] with authenticity”

What is your experience of storytelling in your organization? Where has it been successful? Where has it not been successful? Where has it fallen flat? Where has it taken things in a direction opposite from what the storyteller intended? How do you as a leader use storytelling in your own leadership practice?


Focus on stories and how stories shape, reflect and maybe reshape an organizational culture.
How stories can effect and change a team’s outlook on how they view and value their work and the end-product.
Storytelling can reflect culture.
Stories focused on the individual vs. stories which focus on the value of the team as a whole.
How does storytelling differ in other parts of the world?
Reframing as a storytelling skill. What does it mean?
When telling a story, it is important for leaders to be aware of how their stories are being heard and processed by its intended audience.
Great storytellers show respect and authenticity in how they tell a story.

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