“It was a sight to behold.
Throughout she held our hands, firmly, kindly, calmly, and with humour.
She was and is a genius at this.“
There are recurring themes when you don’t incorporate your story in your business. You might:
The good news is: there’s nothing wrong with you
Effective leaders use the power of business storytelling to:
At the moment, I’m training HR professionals, ERG members an internal communicators on how to communicate the company purpose through stories. My goal is to have every employee reminded of why they do what they do so that they are more motivated, productive and happy at work.
For a long time I hated being under the spotlight: I didn’t think my story mattered.
Until my decennial career in media started to feel purposeless and un-authentic.
I created two businesses to help others but nothing clicked because I didn’t allow myself to be me unashamedly.
Now that I have, I can never go back and instead I help people who care to use storytelling to be powerful beyond measure.
The reality of our times is that if we don’t hold the microphone, brandish the pen, take control of the camera, and tell our stories, we do not exist.
Which could be fine, except it’s not.
Because being invisible means that the story will always be written by the same people.