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Special Guest: Tracy Keates, Director of Strategic Communication, Limehouse.tv
Creating a visual representation of a company strategy based on an engaging metaphor can help your leaders communicate clearly and consistently, can trigger storytelling throughout your organisation and can help every colleague understand how they can contribute to the bigger picture.
Tracy Keates, Director of Strategic Communication at communication agency Limehouse will chat through the process of developing a ‘learning map’ which has produced some fantastic results for their client.
Host: Jo Dodds
On May 27, my guest will be Christopher Kogler he founder and CEO of NarrativeIQ. Chris mentors some of the world’s top business leaders helping them discover & tell strategic business stories that inspire their employees and customers to action. Leaders’ strategies don’t just spring to life, they stick.
Early in his career Chris worked in television as the Creative Director for New York City’s world class cultural institution, Thirteen/WNET. During his 16 award-winning years at WNET, he developed his love of stories and his storytelling skills garnered 5 Emmy Awards and numerous international kudos. Clients included GE, GM, ABC and HBO.
In 2006, he founded STI Consulting. His goal was to build on his TV storytelling experience and work with companies changing the world. In 8 years, he has spearheaded change management initiatives, helped create a web design agency, led a state recognized business incubator & counseled clean tech entrepreneurs in such diverse areas as smart grid technology, food waste recycling & tidal energy. He enjoys helping companies succeed by teaching them how to discover and narrate their unique value proposition.
Today, he’s building upon this work and his love of storytelling by partnering with the international consulting firm, Anecdote, and incorporating their outstanding 6 month programs, Storytelling for Leaders and Storytelling for Sales, into his consulting practice. These programs help leaders in large and small organizations develop their story skills so they can effectively inspire and engage their troops to take action. In the process, their personal business stories humanize the corporation.
Welcome to Jargonorrhea Live – A viral marketing show with serious tips and a sense of fun.
I am Kathy Klotz-Guest, founder of Keeping it Human, coming to you live from San Jose, CA, in Silicon Valley. This show airs Thursdays at 3:30 PM PDT. We help business and marketing executives and their teams humanize what they do by telling their most important company, product and customer stories to the world.
This podcast is all about making marketing more human, fun and effective. We are a jargon-monoxide-poisoning free zone. Leave a comment on the blog.
Whoever Tells the Best Story Wins.
Great stories win marketplaces. Business Storytelling is a critical skill for companies, teams and entrepreneurs today. Are we telling the right stories? Are we too superficial? Join me May 28 when Annette Simmons, author of the Story Factor and Whoever Tells the Best Story Wins (now in its second edition) joins the podcast. She is a storyteller's storyteller and this is going to be a lot of fun!
For two decades, Annette has inspired audiences to find and tell powerful stories that spread new ideas, build collaboration, and facilitate innovation. After writing Territorial Games and A Safe Place for Dangerous Truths, Annette wrote The Story Factor, (chosen as One of the Best 100 Business Books of All Time by 1-800-CEO-READ) and Whoever Tells the Best Story Wins now in a second edition and just released in May of 2015)
Storyteller Dennis Clause joins to discuss newly release book The Power of Effective Stories. A member of Algonquin tribe, who grew up on the Tuscarora Indian reservation in western New York his Indian name is Saw-go-low-lee (He speaks to the people) and he is from the raven clan.
What is the purpose of a good story? How can this be helpful to a business? How does storytelling benefit the consumer and business? What goes into a story?
Just some of the questions that will be asked as well more on the Power of Effective Stories!
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Join KM this week as she talks with Gwendolyn Napier of the Kuumba Storytellers of Georgia. They will be discussing the importance of the oral tradition of storytelling.
The ANU spiritual Order is a way of learning that allows the student to place themselves at the center of the learning experiences as opposed to memorizing rituals, names, and protocol that serve little when it comes down to reality reconstruction.
This class series is a hardcore spiritual initiation into the deeper truths of indigenous metaphysics and natural power.
For classes with the Sadulu House please go to Saduluhouse.com/SH/Spiritual-Training
For readings go to: Saduluhouse.org/SH/spiritual-services-and-products/spiritual-reading/
Join 'She' for a segment where she will inspire the mind's eye to imagine and engage in a relationship with mother nature. Exploring the traditions and revealing new ways of celebrating the winter season. She will engage you in a dream of preservation, conservation, and regeneration of storytelling.
Shining a LIGHT on Book of Hopi by Frank Waters
Music by Elizaveta Song Storyteller
Food Alchemy with 'She'
Bare Naked Bliss
Sessions with 'She'
We are wired to tell stories because it is how we make sense of the world around us. Storytelling is an ancient art form that has been around as long as mankind has. Being able to tell a story in a compelling way is a skill that can be developed. It helps an audience understand your message and retain it for longer. In this episode we discuss some of the secrets of storytelling at its finest. Tune in.
Host Kevin Hunter features Melody Kranz of Storytelling Photography on The Business Forum Show. It's not every day that you meet an artist who has an eye for their artistic passion and their business. Melody has a great story to share about her business.
At Storytelling Photography, I believe that every photo has a story to tell.
A special moment just waiting to become your timeless memory.
I would love to have the opportunity to capture your story,and exceed your expectations. Call today for your appointment.
The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, January 28, 2015, from 7-8 pm ET (4-5 pm PT).
Last week we talked about how to manage the softer skills of your personal brand, and this week we're going to talk about how authentic storytelling in the workplace impacts talent strategies.
Content marketing will no doubt be a 2015 buzzword. You create content to connect with customers, employees, and potential future employees and everything will be just dandy. Right?
But while content is important, it’s not just about sharing content. It’s about sharing meaningful stories.
People don't pay attention to most marketing messages. They pay attention to authentic stories, however. Authentic stories build community (think the TalentCulture #TChat community). And community includes people who tell stories by sharing their experiences, their purposes (or lack thereof) and by dreaming about a goal for the future.
Authentic storytelling from leadership and employees impacts recruiting, retention and of course customer acquisition.
Join TalentCulture #TChat Show co-founders and co-hosts Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman as we learn about how authentic storytelling in the workplace impacts talent strategies with this week’s guest: Christoph Trappe, Career Storyteller and Journalist.
Thank you to all our TalentCulture sponsors and partners: Dice, Hootsuite, SAP/SuccessFactors, GreatRated! of Great Place to Work, IBM Smarter Workforce, CareerBuilder, PeopleFluent, Fisher Vista and HRmarketer Insight.
Anastasia opens this evening's program with a story that illustrates the main message of the show, storytelling can be the master builder of community bridges. Jack plays the role of interviewer to draw out the meaning of the message as a teaching tool.