It’s Story Time

There are good and bad ways to reinforce organizational values and culture. Why not with a story?

Among the small sacrifices the pandemic has exacted from the workplace is the casual (and not-so-casual) telling of stories. Whether it’s sharing the details of a family outing while you wait for the elevator or swapping tales in a budget meeting, stories are a key communication tool for employees and managers alike. 

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For over 25 years, Andrew Brown has been an ‘organization junkie’— helping companies harness communications to adapt to rapidly changing circumstances. He has served with digital marketing agencies optimizing communications for top tier clients while honing skills from his Master’s in Managing Organizational Change. He has inspired teams of communication professionals while leading communications for complex multinationals.

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Elizabeth Williams has spent more than 25 years helping organizations and executives communicate effectively. She is a co-founder of The Academy of Business Communications and a doctoral candidate focused on executive communications skills.


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