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Putting Together the Puzzle Through Collective Storytelling

January 22, 2015

By: Pamela DeLoatch

One company I work with is virtual, with a team spread out from Florida to California. Once or twice a year, we get together for a long weekend — a “workation” — to discover how to be our personal and professional best. 

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2015: The Year of the Story

January 5, 2015

By: Pamela DeLoatch

Isn't it time to consciously use the power of storytelling to guide your organization? Let's make this year, 2015, the year of the story. Here's how.

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Start from Strength

December 24, 2014

By: Brice Smith

Stories are meant to inspire, encourage and motivate – not to condescend. That’s why most stories about disability make me cringe.

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What Makes a Good Story?

December 22, 2014

By: Mallory Flynn

Tags: Get Into the Story

Every Sunday morning I get The New York Times newspaper. I subscribe for multiple reasons: to stay updated, to read strong writing, to acquaint myself with the unknown. But what I love most is finding person-centered stories.

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Seeking the Wisdom of Seniors

December 18, 2014

By: Pamela DeLoatch

The need for advice doesn't end when we grow up. Seniors can provide a bounty of wisdom and perspective, and it's available at our fingertips.

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Adventures in Internship: Never Stop Growing

December 4, 2014

By: Chelsea Richardson

Being an adult is hard work. It requires dedication and elbow grease. You must be patient, tactful and content with the inevitable love-hate relationship with coffee.