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About The Just Story It (TM) Curation

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Here are the best articles from across the web that I can find on leadership storytelling.

 

And visit my website for more information about my coaching and workshops on business storytelling for business leaders at www.juststoryit.com 

Dr. Karen Dietz's insight:

Editorial Statement For This Collection:

Thank you for visiting this curation of articles on leadership storytelling. I've chosen them because they actually make a contribution to our knowledge and wisdom about stories, show us how to work with stories in leadership, org culture, key business functions, and the like. 

 

I weed out all the junk. And besides, who needs another post in why storytelling is important?? Where's the beef?? We want the meat!

 

I'm the author of the bestselling book Business Storytelling For Dummies (with Lori Silverman) and an original in the field of business storytelling. Based on my 20+ years of biz story experience, (plus a PhD in Folklore) I've written reviews of each article to share what I like best, what you can get from reading the article, or what may be missing in the article.

 

How To Find A Topic: Click on the Filter icon above (look for the 'funnel' shape), and view the tags. Select one that interests you, or type in a keyword in the search box. All the articles with that tag or keyword will appear.

 

I may occasionally review an article that I think is problematic as a way to educate us all, although most I will simply pass over. If you wonder if I've seen an article that is not included here, send me a message at linkedin.com/in/karendietz and I'll respond.

I trust you find many great insights and tips here. Many thanks for visiting and enjoy the articles!

 

Don't forget to connect with me on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn, too. See you around the leadership and storytelling 'hood.

 

Dr. Karen Dietz

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Miklos Szilagyi's curator insight, October 10, 2014 11:56 AM

Curation within curation... clever...:-)))

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Thursday's Antidote -- Ten Games People Play to Control Truth (1)

Thursday's Antidote -- Ten Games People Play to Control Truth (1) | Just Story It | Scoop.it
People seem to be applying the same ten games from Territorial Games (1997) to control narratives and thus control our perceptions of what is/isn’t true.  For the next ten weeks I’ll post about eac…
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Years ago my colleague Annette Simmons gave me significant help during a tough time when I was the target of Territorial Games. Territorial Games is one of her books. Now Annette has dusted off the volume. She is writing blogs over the next 10 weeks about each of the 10 Territorial Games plus the implications for us in today's political culture.

 

Check out Game 1 -- what it's all about, how it works, and what not to do.

 

Let's get smarter and empowered.

Next week I'll curate Game #2.

 

So happy you are writing this Annette! See me forever grateful. 

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Using the psychology of storytelling in User Design (UX)

Using the psychology of storytelling in User Design (UX) | Just Story It | Scoop.it
How to combine the art of storytelling with the design of human experiences.
Dr. Karen Dietz's insight:

Once in a while, I run across a good article on how product/service user experience designers (UX) can use storytelling in their work. This is one of them. that gets it right.

 

Too my UX designers think of stories like this: 

  • user story is shortspecific and goal-oriented. It is a one-sentence statement that tends to have the following structure: “As an X, I want Y so that Z ”.

 

That's not a story. But this post shares actual stories UX designers can use. The author explains how this is much more valuable and efficient than the definition given above. It's a great justification for using storytelling in a variety of business settings.

 

But, I know -- you probably aren't a UX designer, so what has this got to do with you? Well -- think of any customer you want to know more about. Our default way to find out information is to ask for information (How did you...) or opinions (What do you think of...).

 

Neither of these approaches will quickly get you what you want. Go for stories instead (Tell me about what happened when...)

 

That's where the gold is.

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This Company Banned PowerPoints and Replaced It With The Backbone of Storytelling  

This Company Banned PowerPoints and Replaced It With The Backbone of Storytelling   | Just Story It | Scoop.it
A company called InVision looked forward and killed the slide deck.
Dr. Karen Dietz's insight:

I love that more companies are getting away from Death by PowerPoint (PPT). As a business storyteller, I continue to urge my clients to drop it as well and replace it with narratives. I personally only use PowerPoints on stage when the client insists.

 

So without PPTs, what did this company do instead? They used a skill that is the backbone of storytelling -- storyboarding. What?!

 

Yep. You see, all stories are made up of images. The storyteller's job is to tell the story going from one image to the next. If the storyteller can see/experience the image, it's conveyed to the audience and the listeners can see/experience it too.

 

One of the best ways to craft a story is to storyboard the images. And just like this article says, it makes your ideas and the story crystal clear (no artistic talent required). Oh, and you'll be way more impactful and influential!

 

So this company has hit upon a powerful method. Storyboard your presentations, share the story, stimulate discussion, and leave the PPTs to someone else.

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I Am Terrific! A Lesson in StoryBranding & What Not To Do

I Am Terrific! A Lesson in StoryBranding & What Not To Do | Just Story It | Scoop.it
Note: I don't run many guest posts here, but I found the piece below really interesting.

The following is a guest post by Jim Signorelli. Let me know what you think.

If you've gotten past the title of this article (and many don't) you're obviously intrigued. How could anyone expect to sell
Dr. Karen Dietz's insight:

Jim Signorelli is a colleague I admire. This guest blog he wrote is an evergreen gem for marketers, sales folks, executives, and business owners. Plus it's hilarious. Imagine approaching everyone you meet with the opening, "I'm terrific!"

 

Yeah, not so much. Yet it is what many many companies do. Jim shares how we all get into trouble with this approach, and how to avoid these pitfalls with authentic storytelling.

 

It's an essential pivot we all must make. Get your game on.

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A Breakthrough Ability for the 21st Century: Narrative Intelligence 

A Breakthrough Ability for the 21st Century: Narrative Intelligence  | Just Story It | Scoop.it

"You can provide people with all the data in the world on the need to change direction, but they are not likely to act any differently than they did before. However, a powerful narrative that touches the heart can move people to reevaluate their situation and make changes."

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I'm a big fan of Carol Pearson's and always enjoy talking with her about storytelling, archetypes, and business. Her work on Narrative Intelligence has been out there for a while, and I can't believe I haven't curated it before.

 

In this post, Carol lays out exactly what Narrative Intelligence is and the 5 levels of mastery. Then she goes further and outlines 5 more transformational abilities you will have when you are Archetypal Narrative Intelligence.

 

Wow! Ten stages in all. Her book, Persephone Rising shares how to build these 10 intelligences (I have no affiliation with Carol or the book).

 

So where are you? Read this article to find out.

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How to have your remote workforce feel appreciated with storytelling

How to have your remote workforce feel appreciated with storytelling | Just Story It | Scoop.it
For remote staff, research shows that face time matters more than words of praise or monetary gifts.
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Want to improve employee engagement and productivity? The secret is in the stories you share and the appreciations provided afterward.

 

35% of in-house and remote staff feel appreciated when managers/leaders spend quality time with them. And they want more of that. 20% preferred to be acknowledged via kind acts or services. Only 5% like physical gifts and 1% like high-fives or other physical gestures as acknowledgments.

 

 “To build a personal relationship, there needs to be a two-way interaction, and one way to facilitate that is to offer personal information about yourself,” says Paul White, author of The Five Languages Of Appreciation.

 

Get started by sharing personal anecdotes and stories, he says. I couldn't agree more. Swapping personal stories (especially non-work related)  is the best way to go, and the leader needs to take the lead.

 

Appreciations are part of the best practices for story listening that I always teach in my classes.

 

There are other great insights in this article about leveraging appreciation in the workplace. Check it out.

 

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Digital transformation, With Empathy via Storytelling 

Digital transformation, With Empathy via Storytelling  | Just Story It | Scoop.it
A change management expert tells me why success in digital transformation projects depends on a keen sense of empathy for the people affected
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This is one of my favorite quotes from this article:

"You’re looking at this [digital transformation] from an angle that might not be as effective as it could be. You’re thinking IT, you’re thinking blockchain, bitcoin, all the cyber-like pieces and parts that make a big project, an IT project.

 

But what about the people? The last time I looked, computers were run by humans. Yes, we are moving towards AI, but at the end of the day is your project an IT project or is it a people project?"

 

That's Carol Tyler, Global Senior Practice Director for Organizational Change Management at Infor being quoted. The whole article is focused on leveraging empathy when change is afoot. And what is your best method for activating empathy? Why storytelling, of course.

 

There are tons more insights in this post. I particularly like Carol's notion of 'practical empathy'. Adopting the views Carol advocates for will make any IT/org change/digital transformation way easier.

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Marco Bertolini's curator insight, September 30, 4:28 AM

If you plan to go digital, show empathy to the person affected through storytelling ;)

Marta Torán's curator insight, September 30, 6:14 AM

Muy interesante este artículo de Phil Wainewright (@philww).

 

La transformación digital no es dotar de herramientas y tecnología para mejorar el trabajo. Es transformación y adaptación al cambio.

 

Necesita de la empatía de las personas.

Necesita de conversaciones.

Pez en Berlin's curator insight, October 14, 12:55 PM
Empathy tells a story

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Be Story Savvy: Using Storytelling to Grow Results In Project Management 

In today's fast-paced data-driven tactical “get it done” world, if you want accelerated results you've got to grab your initiatives and apply…
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This is a 1-hour webinar I gave on Monday with Peter de Jager at Technobility.com that you can easily stop and start the video to digest it in chunks. Here's what I go over:

 

  • Why Storytelling for project managers and share some of the neuroscience of storytelling compared to your brain on information
  • Some of the challenges project managers face and how storytelling can help
  • The key stories to focus on during different phases of the project cycle
  • The 7 stories relevant to project management and then I finish with a free download you can grab
  • There are a few Q & A's at the end
  • I also share lots of short stories all along the way

 

I trust you'll come away with a few good insights and ideas for applying stories to your projects!

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Success With Change: The 7 Core Questions to Answer with Stories 

What must we do to bring about a Change initiative as smoothly as possible? Communicate! Communicate! Communicate! How much, and for how long do we do this? Until…
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My colleague Peter de Jager of Technobility pointed me to one of his webinars on the 7 core questions to ask/answer in any change effort, and I think it's right on.

 

As someone who used to be in change management, the 7 questions really work. What is even more important to recognize is that these questions generate stories. And when it comes to change management of any time or size, blasting out information doesn't work. But getting people engaged in listening to and sharing stories does work.

 

As a leader, if you want to smooth out the rocky road of change, then this video is a great place to start.

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Purpose And Meaning Really Do Matter: The Why Of Work interview & book

Purpose And Meaning Really Do Matter: The Why Of Work interview & book | Just Story It | Scoop.it
People thrive in an environment where their work has clear meaning and purpose.
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Here is a robust interview with David Ulrich, the author ofThe Why of Work: How Great Leaders Build Abundant Organizations That Win who shares specific steps about how leaders can both think better about their work, increase purpose and meaning for employees, and operate from a place of abundance.

 

Storytelling is a part of this, as you will read. Ulrich used the anecdote of the bricklayer/cathedral builder, which is no overused. But the point remains valid.

 

Learn more about finding different aspects of abundant forms of accomplishment like Insight, Achievement, Connection, Empowerment.

 

It's a great read (and inspirational, too!)

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Thursday Antidote -- 10 ways to have a better conversation w/ Celeste Headlee  

Thursday Antidote -- 10 ways to have a better conversation w/ Celeste Headlee   | Just Story It | Scoop.it
When your job hinges on how well you talk to people, you learn a lot about how to have conversations -- and that most of us don't converse very well. Celeste Headlee has worked as a radio host for decades, and she knows the ingredients of a great conversation: Honesty, brevity, clarity and a healthy amount of listening. In this insightful talk, she shares 10 useful rules for having better conversations. "Go out, talk to people, listen to people," she says. "And, most importantly, be prepared to be amazed."
Dr. Karen Dietz's insight:

This is Headlee's 2015 TED talk that is even more relevant in today's polarized world. It's funny, pointed, and her 10 rules to better conversations totally rock.

 

Our polarized rhetoric, identities, beliefs...you name it...keep us from learning and being amazed by people, even those we may not like. As Headlee says, everyone is an expert in something. Every time you don't take the opportunity to learn from someone, your world becomes smaller. Try just one of these rules with someone who troubles you to experience the difference.

 

In keeping with the theme of Thursday Soul Stories, her practical advice for dealing with today's story wars is welcome.

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Improve your presentations skills in 2 ways + storytelling

Improve your presentations skills in 2 ways + storytelling | Just Story It | Scoop.it
Critical thinking, storytelling, and design thinking are necessary skills for any job. Here’s how to get better at each one while delivering a presentation.
Dr. Karen Dietz's insight:

Here's why I like this post: the author says, to build storytelling skills "Tell more stories in your presentations." Bingo

 

But of course there is more to it than that, which is why I also like the 2 other ways to improve your presentations: 1) asking 6 questions, and 2) using design thinking to maximize your impact.

 

I also appreciate that the entire focus of the post is hammering this point home: the presentation is not about you -- it's about your audience. The 6 questions, the design thinking suggestions, and the section on storytelling bring the focus on the audience into practical reality. "Gotta love that.

 

Got a presentation coming up? Use these suggestions to the max.

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How to think about business storytelling

How to think about business storytelling | Just Story It | Scoop.it

"Here's a quick image I created showing how storytelling fits within a business."

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Many companies discover storytelling when they have an immediate need to be addressed -- like growing the business. 

 

But what I've noticed is that there is very little understanding about how to think more strategically about business storytelling and the impacts it has across the organization.

 

Hence this infographic I created. Enjoy!

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Classic Halloween horror flicks -- the stories behind the homes 

Classic Halloween horror flicks -- the stories behind the homes  | Just Story It | Scoop.it
Every house has a story, but these may be the most terrifying.
Dr. Karen Dietz's insight:

Happy Halloween!

I saw this article and couldn't resist knowing the stories.

Thought you might like them too.

Have a fun night :)

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Becoming More Resilient: How Storytelling Can Help Young Doctors (and you) 

Becoming More Resilient: How Storytelling Can Help Young Doctors (and you)  | Just Story It | Scoop.it
One doctor’s approach to training her residents.
Dr. Karen Dietz's insight:

Time for some Friday Inspiration.

Once again, here's a story about how storytelling can break down barriers, heal, and spark transformations. This time it's in healthcare. But I bet it applies to you, too.

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Thursday Antidote -- Better Angels For Better Dialog With Those Who Get You Angry   

Thursday Antidote -- Better Angels For Better Dialog With Those Who Get You Angry    | Just Story It | Scoop.it
Launched in 2016, Better Angels is a bipartisan citizen’s movement to unify our divided nation. By bringing red and blue Americans together into a working alliance, we’re building new ways to talk to one another, participate together in public life, and influence the direction of the nation.
Dr. Karen Dietz's insight:

A colleague recently pointed me to this site and I went "Hallelujiah!" I don't know about you, but having conversations across the political divide makes me nervous. Doing so feels rife with conflict. So imagine my delight to find a site that actually teaches people how to have fruitful conversations that break down barriers and connect us instead.

 

For every remark that polarizes us, take a step to have a great conversation with someone from the other side. It's one of the most powerful actions you can do. Storytelling has a role here, too.

 

I've signed up. Let's change the story wars.

PS -- these are life-long skills that can be applied anywhere.

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Thursday Antidote -- Manipulated Outrage Trend

Thursday Antidote -- Manipulated Outrage Trend | Just Story It | Scoop.it

"New tools in media and advertising make it easier for brands and organizations to manipulate people’s emotions, incite rage and elicit strong reactions for THEIR benefit."

Dr. Karen Dietz's insight:

Your Thursday Inspiration for avoiding brain hijacks in today's story wars.

 

As promised, I'm devoting Thursday's curation to providing helpful essays and tools so politicians, groups, and others don't hijack our brains for their benefit ($$$), not ours. I missed posting last week so I'm curating 2 posts today.

 

This post -- with a free trend report to download -- talks about how we are being manipulated today into ongoing outrage.

 

Neuroscience shows us how toxic this is for us. Under a constant barrage of outrage triggers, our prefrontal cortex -- that helps us avoid knee-jerk responses. It helps us better plan, make decisions, solve problems, have more self-control, and engage in long-term planning -- SHRINKS!

 

What to do? 

  1. Awareness is critical. Know that you are being deliberately triggered for someone else's benefit.
  2. Step away from the candy. Disengage and calm down.
  3. Gather facts and science to stay informed -- grow your prefrontal cortex.
  4. Follow the money and who benefits. That's at the heart of the matter.
  5. We all get angry -- just dial it back and take action that's not a knee-jerk reaction.
  6. Engage in fruitful dialogue with those you disagree with. See my post on Better Angels for how to do this.

 

Avoid being manipulated by others. It's your brain. Own it.

 

Here's the direct link to the post.

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These Are the 4 Skills That You Need for the Future (Hint: It's Not Coding) 

These Are the 4 Skills That You Need for the Future (Hint: It's Not Coding)  | Just Story It | Scoop.it
The jobs of the future will involve humans collaborating with other humans to design work for machines, and value will shift from cognitive to social skills.
Dr. Karen Dietz's insight:

This post caught my eye only because of the 4 business skills you need to succeed, 2 are a result of mastering storytelling.

 

These 2 skills are 1) empathy and design skills, and 2) communicating complex ideas.

 

Research continues to document that listening to and reading stories is one of the fastest and most effective ways to build your empathy skills.

 

Plus a little-known fact: when you are crafting a story, practicing it, honing it, etc. you are automatically using design thinking skills. Very few people realize the connection between storytelling and design thinking.

 

Then we get to conveying complex ideas. Here storytelling really helps, particularly when metaphors and analogies (narrative devices) are used to frame a complex idea within a story.

 

Imagine...mastering one skill generates multiple results. I call that efficient.

 

So don't wait! Get going...

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The Neuroscience of Storytelling – Researchers Map Where Feelings are Located in the Body 

The Neuroscience of Storytelling – Researchers Map Where Feelings are Located in the Body  | Just Story It | Scoop.it
By Mo Costandi. The findings provide a striking demonstration of how the mind and body are intertwined.
Dr. Karen Dietz's insight:

I curated this post because it is part of my "Neuroscience of Storytelling" talk. Scientists have shown that the feelings we experience in stories are felt in the body. Now other scientists are showing exactly where in the body these feelings are.

 

Fascinating. Stories wire up cognitive thought, emotions, physical sensations, and meaning all in one package. This is why stories are so powerful and make such an impact in business. This article is just another piece of the puzzle.

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Body and mind has been studied as separate entities. Time to change that. An essential emotional map
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Google's Board Chairman Reveals Storytelling is the One Powerful Skill That Makes Great Leaders Irresistible 

Google's Board Chairman Reveals Storytelling is the One Powerful Skill That Makes Great Leaders Irresistible  | Just Story It | Scoop.it
Great leaders are great storytellers. And that’s why it’s important for entrepreneurs, CEOs, managers and aspiring leaders to always remain alert for new stories, according to a Stanford University president and Google Board Chairman.
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“Storytelling is a powerful tool,” says CEO Chairman John Hennessy. “You have a vision of what you might be able to build and how you might be able to change the world. When you move from the field in which you build your career and step into leadership, your technical talent will become less important. In this phase of your career, one of your most powerful skills is an ability to tell appropriate, compelling, and inspiring stories.” 

 

'Gotta love that! Hennessy has more to say on the topic. I know you'll enjoy reading this article about his new leadership book and his advocacy for storytelling.

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Thursday Antidote -- Rational Decision-Making: The Myth + Tips 

Thursday Antidote -- Rational Decision-Making: The Myth + Tips  | Just Story It | Scoop.it
According to researchers, emotions rule our decision-making so strongly that cloudy days can affect stock market performance.
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We love to believe that we make decisions rationally and logically. But research shows us otherwise. A lot of the storytelling we are confronted with politically and in advertising is designed to spark decisions based on emotion. The more emotion is activated, then we tend to defend our decision/emotions as "right". Eventually, this leads us down the path of division and partisanship.

 

This post explains some of the science of how this happens, along with tips for calming our emotional decisions and preserving our independent thinking.

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WOM: 99 % of Companies Are Forgetting This 1 Major Leadership + Storytelling Strategy 

WOM: 99 % of Companies Are Forgetting This 1 Major Leadership + Storytelling Strategy  | Just Story It | Scoop.it
Implementing a simple strategy for this area can extend your promotional reach exponentially.
Dr. Karen Dietz's insight:

OK, this article is written from the point of view of marketing. But frankly, there is a lesson here for leaders no matter your functional area.

 

As the author says, Word Of Mouth (WOM) marketing (for leaders substitute influence for marketing) is often forgotten. What's the connection to storytelling? Easy -- stories travel. They will be retold outside of your presence. That's WOM. It's priceless.

 

If you are a marketer, both my clients and I have had terrific experiences with stories traveling and WOM. The same principles apply to leaders, and you too can experience WOM with the stories you tell.

 

Be intentional. Get busy sharing your stories and create your own WOM.

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Ask Any of These 12 Questions for Deeper Relationships at Work and Home: Ban Small Talk 

Ask Any of These 12 Questions for Deeper Relationships at Work and Home: Ban Small Talk  | Just Story It | Scoop.it
Superficial small talk does not build relationships. But these questions will.
Dr. Karen Dietz's insight:

I was on vacation last week and finally getting back to curating! Here's a terrific post on 12 questions to ask that will generate stories and to have more meaningful conversations.

 

My suggestion is to launch many of the questions with phrases that will trigger more stories like, "Tell me about..." or "Tell me what happened when..."

 

So many of our interactions are on the surface level. But deeper connections and relationships are the key to happiness in both business and at home.

 

These 12 questions (and my tweak) get you there. Play with them this week and see what happens! I'll bet you'll hear some great stories. What have you got to lose?

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Friday Story Inspiration

Friday Story Inspiration | Just Story It | Scoop.it

"Create a memory. Share the story. Make it good."

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Do something fun this weekend! Make a memory. Share a wonderful story about it.

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Don't Regret The Tech You Build -- Create A Better Story

Don't Regret The Tech You Build -- Create A Better Story | Just Story It | Scoop.it
Ethical OS Toolkit As technologists, it’s only natural that we spend most of our time focusing on how our tech will change the world for the better. Which is great. Everyone loves a sunny disposition. But perhaps it’s more useful, in some ways, to consider the glass half empty. What
Dr. Karen Dietz's insight:

Wow, what a great resource for anyone in technology. This free toolkit consists of a checklist of 8 danger zones to consider when developing new technology, 14 scenarios to spark conversations, and 7 future-proofing strategies. 

 

Another way to look at this guide is what you need to consider when building a new product so you ultimately have a better story.

 

When so many questions about AI, deep learning, biases in algorithms, etc. are on everyone's radar screen these days, having a guide like this -- created by insiders in Silicon Valley -- is essential.

 

Frankly, anyone can use this -- CIOs/CTOs, corporate leaders, org and leadership development folks, entrepreneurs, and even the general public.

 

Download it today and engage...

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