Five Ways Storytelling can be Used to Improve Career Development

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Mark Franklin-2018
WRITTEN BY
Mark Franklin
Mark is an award-winning practice leader at CareerCycles, a Toronto career management firm, and co-founder of One Life Tools. Mark teaches career management at the University of Toronto, applying system thinking and engineering problem solving to create scalable, gamified, evidence-based career management tools. Mark also hosts the Career Buzz radio show where he’s interviewed hundreds of guests about insights and turning points in their career stories.
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