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Storytelling

Webinar: how to reset an organisation’s narrative to inspire change

Changing mindsets, attitudes, belief-systems and winning hearts as well as minds is one of the hardest aspects of organisational change to overcome.  As human beings we are governed by our...

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Storytelling

The case of the missing ring: building a narrative of exceptional customer service

Crafting a vision Every client has their own set of challenges. For one luxury hotel chain, they wanted to achieve an exceptional standard of service, creating the ultimate holiday experience...

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Change

Countering contagion: storytelling for the VUCA age

How do you protect your teams from contagion? How do you do business while ‘self-isolating’? How do you risk manage the systemic complexities and co-dependencies of global markets? How healthy...

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Creative

All visuals, no substance

Campaigns – whether political, commercial or societal – are only ever about one thing: action. Millions are spent every year on the art of getting people to do things. Age-old...

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Storytelling

Moving people to do great things: behind The Storytellers’ purpose

At The Storytellers, we know that meaningful change is built on emotional connection. That’s why we talk about moving people to do great things through storytelling. In this post, we...

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Leadership

HRD Summit 2020 – ‘Harnessing Human Creativity’

It’s 2020. The corporate landscape is more volatile than ever. At The Storytellers, we see this as an exhilarating challenge. Live in the now, look to the future, and ask...

Employee Engagement

What can we learn from the ‘emotional revolution’ that is transforming the workplace?

It has been reported that only 13% of employees worldwide are engaged at work (Gallup, 2014). This statistic is staggeringly low, and it has been shown that these disengaged employees are...

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Change

Welcome to the next episode…

The new year has already brought a spate of major events that have signalled what is to come in the third decade of this millennium. Climate change, Big Tech, Brexit...

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Change

Why change fails: our top ten

It has widely been reported that 70 per cent of change programmes fail. In a world in which technology, business and market demands are changing faster than ever, this is...

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