Most people suck at telling stories, and most stories are long, rambling and pointless. So don’t tell another one of those.
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By Chuck Allen on March 27, 2014 in Leadership, Storytelling
So here we are: a culture of people with paltry attention spans who must somehow get along with people who take too long to get to the point.
Defeating the Lone Wolf
By Chuck Allen on February 22, 2014 in Leadership, Storytelling
One of the greatest maladies an emerging leader must overcome is something we jokingly call “Lone Wolf Syndrome.” You can see this in leaders who try to achieve their goals without assistance, who are overly protective of their work, who don’t share credit and who fail to delegate. This operating style has a high cost. […]