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The storytelling pocketbook

Author: Roger E Jones; Phil Hailstone
Publisher: Alresford, Hants, U.K. : Management Pocketbooks, 2012.
Series: Management Pocketbooks.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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People in business are conditioned to believe they must communicate in a rational, objective and logical manner, without emotion, if their point is to be accepted. The reality is, however, that stories engage both hearts and minds and are the most effective means to engage and persuade. The Storytelling Pocketbook shows readers how to use stories to get their ideas across and make a deeper connection with their  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Handbooks and manuals
Handbooks, manuals, etc
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Jones, Roger E.
Storytelling Pocketbook.
New York : Management Pocketbooks, ©2012
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Roger E Jones; Phil Hailstone
ISBN: 9781908284228 1908284226
OCLC Number: 801988070
Notes: Title from title screen.
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Cover; Copyright Notice; Enjoy the read!; Title page; Publisher; CONTENTS; Praise for the Storytelling Pocketbook; WHY STORIES MATTER; HOW THE AUTHOR DISCOVERED THE POWER OF STORYTELLING IN BUSINESS; SO WHO IS THIS BOOK FOR?; WHY WE NEED TO TELL STORIES; WHERE STORIES BEAT FACTS; COMMON OBJECTIONS TO STORYTELLING; EXERCISE; WHO TELLS STORIES?; DEFINITION; IBM & INNOCENT; CHARITIES, 3M & XEROX; CANON & RITZ CARLTON; GENERAL ELECTRIC, HITACHI & NIKE; LES SCHWAB, EUROPEAN WATERWAYS & US SCHOOL OF MUSIC; NASA & FEDEX; TYPES OF STORIES; ABOUT THIS CHAPTER; WHO ARE YOU?; THE FUTURE; STRATEGIC. Demonstrating valuesbrand; encouraging innovation; making things happen; mind reading; knowledge management; selling; where to find stories; introduction; your stories; your organisation's stories; other people's stories; some words of caution; exercise; how to develop a story; introduction; story themes --
1. challenge; story themes --
2. creativity; story themes --
3. connecting; essential ingredients of great stories; storyboarding; your story library; exercise; recap; how to tell your stories; introduction; what storytelling medium to use; oral stories; remembering your story; your voice. YOUR AUDIENCE'S NEEDSVISUALISATION; PREPARING TO DELIVER YOUR STORY; HOW TO BEGIN; HOW NOT TO BEGIN; STORY LISTENING; AN ADVANCED TECHNIQUE; SIGNATURE STORIES; EXERCISE; WHERE TO USE STORIES; INTRODUCTION; PRESENTATIONS & MEETINGS; WRITTEN MATERIALS & SURVEYS; TRAINING; 'HOW TO' MANUALS; TEAM BUILDING & COACHING; EXERCISE; STORYTELLING RESOURCES; INTRODUCTION; PERSONAL STORY-LINES; OTHER PEOPLE'S STORIES; OTHER PEOPLE'S STORIES CONT'D; STORY QUOTES; YOUR 4-WEEK PLAN --
WEEK 1; YOUR 4-WEEK PLAN --
WEEK 2; YOUR 4-WEEK PLAN --
WEEK 3; YOUR 4-WEEK PLAN --
WEEK 4; IN CONCLUSION; Title listings.
Series Title: Management Pocketbooks.
Responsibility: by Roger E. Jones ; drawings by Phil Hailstone.

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People in business are conditioned to believe they must communicate in a rational, objective and logical manner, without emotion, if their point is to be accepted. The reality is, however, that stories engage both hearts and minds and are the most effective means to engage and persuade. The Storytelling Pocketbook shows readers how to use stories to get their ideas across and make a deeper connection with their audience. With practical exercises throughout, the book shows you how to create your own story frameworks, and explores the different settings in which you might use them, eg to ignite.

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