Tales for Change: Using Storytelling to Develop People and Organizations

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Kogan Page Publishers, Oct 3, 2010 - Business & Economics - 184 pages
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storytelling is not just the province of children, stories can be used to re-frame and re-size problems and provide useful metaphors for the boardroom, office and individual. Showing you how and when to use stories to maximum effect, Tales for Change will immediately help managers, trainers, educators and coaches to reinforce key messages or stimulate fresh thinking. The book includes 50 tried and tested tales that can be used in a change management context. These tales can be used to communicate ideas, aid memorable learning, encourage brainstorming sessions, develop training and reflection as well as help those involved to cope with the stress of change, increase emotional intelligence levels and increase creativity.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
1 Dealing with change
5
2 Being creative
33
3 Leaders and teams
65
4 Dealing with stress
101
5 Emotional intelligence
133
References and further reading
167
Further information
169
Index
171
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Margaret Parkin is Founder and Principal of Success Stories. She has worked with individuals, groups and major organizations for over 20 years, helping them with her innovative and refreshing approach to training.

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