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How to respond to misinformation that’s hurting your business

Share Tweet +1 ShareThis post is by Shawn Callahan – Founder of Anecdote, a management consulting firm that uses its expertise in story to inspire enduring change. I like to ask senior executives this simple question: is there a story going around your … Continue reading

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How to tell a story about yourself without sounding like an ego-maniac

Share Tweet +1 ShareThis is a guest post from Shawn Callahan – Founder of Anecdote, a management consulting firm that uses its expertise in story to inspire enduring change. To paraphrase Annette Simmons, “People wont listen to you until they know who you … Continue reading

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Of the 3 types of collaboration, which type do you need?

Share Tweet +1 ShareThis is a guest post from Shawn Callahan – Founder of Anecdote, a management consulting firm that uses its expertise in story to inspire enduring change. Think back to a meeting when you had a handful of people gathered around … Continue reading

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The power of plain language when communicating strategy

Share Tweet +1 ShareThis is a guest post from Shawn Callahan – Founder of Anecdote, a management consulting firm that uses its expertise in story to inspire enduring change. Most leaders really struggle to use plain language, especially when it comes to communicating … Continue reading

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