Storytelling Can Make or Break Your LeadershipForum
The author of Storytelling Can Make or Break Your Leadership posits that telling a compelling story builds credibility for yourself and your ideas. He says that most effective stories share five characteristics: audience-specific, contextualizes your story, humanizes your story, makes it action-oriented, and allows you to show humility. Drawing on your current or past position, describe a workplace situation where storytelling would be helpful in getting a point across. What story would you use to support an idea? Support your example with specific observations about three of the five characteristics.
- In your own words
- Providing substantive comments that include personal or real-world examples and backing up claims and assertions with relevant sources.
Requirements: Organizational Communication