Most experienced leaders instinctively know a good story is a better leadership tool than a policy memo or PowerPoint presentation. But they still rely on those less-effective communications methods far too often. As a communicator, you are responsible for the messages your leaders spread. Putting stories front and center in their minds will markedly improve their and your organization’s standing. However, there are three main arguments leaders give in their inability to utilize stories.
How to Transform Your Leadership Into Storytellers
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