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Anecdote International, formerly Anecdote offers the following Knowledge Management education and training opportunities:

(In-house) Workshops/Seminars

  • Story-Powered Data Storytelling (public since 2021; in-house since 2016)
  • (Virtual) Story-Powered Sales (was: Storytelling for Sales)
  • (Virtual) Storytelling for Leaders (was: Business Storytelling (for Leaders) / Storytelling for Business Leaders)
  • School Story Lab (NEW in 2021)
  • Data Storytelling workshop program (half-day face-to-face or online)
  • Story-Powered Strategy
  • Story-powered Culture Change (was: Storytelling for Change / Narrative techniques for change / Influencing change with the natural power of stories)
  • Narrative Techniques for Business
  • Releasing Insight in Your Organisation Through the Power of Story (with Straits Knowledge and Gary Klein)
  • The Strategic Use of Business Stories (with Straits Knowledge)
  • Starting and Sustaining Communities of Practice
  • Narrative Techniques for Knowledge Management
  • Appreciative Inquiry
  • Story Master – Storytelling for leaders and managers
  • Making social network analysis more social
  • Change your story – Change your world
  • Narrative techniques in practice

Webinars

  • Anecdote story circles
    (open to and free for anyone who has completed some form of Anecdote training!)

  • Aug 2020: Learn how to tell a success story that will help you sell
  • May 2020: Anecdote’s Response Story Webinar (promoted as: What’s Your COVID-19 Response Story? A narrative to succeed under COVID-19)
  • “A Conversation on Stories at Work” 4 part webinar series
    Shawn Callahan and Victoria Ward talk about their recent story-based projects and answer your questions (Mar 2019, May 2019, Jul 2019, Nov 2019)
  • Nov 2018: Story-powered Culture Change: How to use story-listening and story-triggering as culture change techniques
  • Feb 2013: Storytelling for Leaders

Videos

“Answering your frequently asked questions” short video series

    Can technical or scientific people get value from telling stories?

Podcasts

“Anecdotally Speaking” podcast series on issues in storytelling

    122 – Grumpy maestros and all that jazz
    121 – Charitable causes for problematic pilgrims
    120 – How to love a maths problem
    119 – Don’t do your block buster
    118 – The grass is greener for the second mouse
    117 – Ho a Story Illuminates an Insight
    116 – The Client Hero Story in Your Sales Example
    115 – Less support gives more liberation,
    114 – Tales with the RAJ of Mice and Men
    113 – Low vaulting horse raises the bar
    112 – FedEx helicopter story absolutely positively flies
    111 – Apple devours Blackberry pie slice
    110 – Foreign ideas triggering the cultural immune system
    109 – New corn idea falls on deaf ears
    108 – Jobs fit for a condor
    107 – You just might do it if you don’t know you can’t
    106 – Canoes across the Rockies
    105 – A rose by any other clinical name
    105 – A rose by any other clinical name
    104 – Quarterback payback
    103 – Cut glass shatters jeweller
    102 – Hidden Figures the prequel
    101 – Transmitting without a receiver
    100 – A tonne of revered storie‪s‬
    099 – CEO becomes late chairma‪n‬
    098 – Gender biased snow job really hurt‪s‬
    097 – Beware your inner thespia‪n
    096 – Boarders stories and smoking gun‪s
    095 – Wolf stories in sheep’s clothin‪g‬
    094 – Building bridges to thaw the frozen
    093 – Green theme schemes screen friends
    092 – Seg no way
    091 – Fire chief’s great instincts before bingo bango
    090 – Corporate Storytelling — Job applications and interviews
    089 – Corporate Storytelling — Sales communication
    088 – Corporate Storytelling — Strategy development and communication
    087 – Corporate Storytelling — Culture change and change management
    086 – Corporate Storytelling — Innovation
    085 – Corporate Storytelling — Narrative insight
    084 – Corporate Storytelling — Values communication
    083 – Corporate Storytelling — Brand communication
    082 – Corporate Storytelling — Leadership communication
    081 – Hungry public gobbles up MSG tale
    080 – Crummy early adoption for first bread slicer
    079 – Halen down on Eddie’s rogue m&m
    078 – Tetanus icky not so sticky
    077 – Benjamin’s book borrowing turns rival to friend
    076 – Dome making not an egg-xact science
    075 – Conflict is essential to collaboration
    074 – It’s not how good you say you are
    073 – Stradi various settings impact value
    072 – All about the strategy story
    071 – Never say Di finally escapes Cuba
    070 – Prof. Christensen gets the job done
    069 – How a reason can clarify your why
    068 – How to animate disney executive characters
    067 – Born to run and still running
    066 – Atari hero transforms extraterrestrial into subterranean
    065 – It’s just like riding a bike 1200km
    064 – Small cogs make a pretty fly wheel
    063 – Don’t give up on your dirty laundry
    062 – Leading horses to water and lending hoses to fires
    061 – New behring’s for trains off the rails
    060 – Sleepy racers run towards cliff
    059 – Turning point between the rock and a hard place
    058 – Pedalling like hell he can
    057 – Kissinger repeatedly lords it over Secretary
    056 – No flies on Golding mock trial
    055 – Not all twigs turn out to be snakes
    054 – Looking upstream for causes of downstream problems
    053 – Andy habits build rapport
    052 – Pepsi and Apple in new containers
    051 – Miners find gold in data mullock
    050 – Risky flight to the city of angels
    049 – Second best thing to having the actual experience
    048 – Healthcare PhDs road test strategy risk
    047 – Blinded by beliefs
    046 – Work the plan and work with the people
    045 – Old oak forester beams
    044 – Navigating like clockwork
    043 – Show amazing grace to your audience
    042 – Seasoned speed skaters savvy strategy
    041 – Icing breakers and presentation matters
    040 – Moving forward on a backwards bike
    039 – Reply all and touch many
    038 – Dolphin kicks out number one
    036 – The way to a rioter’s heart
    035 – Spotify bugs bite back
    034 – When baggage really flies
    033 – Nixon on the poverty line
    032 – Dyson innovation really sucks
    031 – Charles Masefield on humility and productivity
    030 – Damit Samit, what a great idea
    029 – Paul revered while Dawes knocked
    028 – Hot Brazilians futsal weapon
    027 – John Snow versus the Miasma
    026 – Henry Ford did that?
    025 – How to tap into your audience
    024 – U2 can protect your tribe
    023 – Industrial design with child’s play
    022 – Saving Rubles with mutual Mars
    021 – Rolling stones to hidden gems
    020 – Twists and turns of a flying fortress
    019 – Three feet away from the gold seam
    018 – Are you married?
    017 – All about apocryphal stories
    016 – Tips for strawberry flavour
    015 – Empty bunks in tall ships
    014 – It ain’t what you do
    013 – Travel connections
    012 – Harley Davidson promise
    011 – High viz role modelling
    010 – Bright spots
    009 – Jackie Stewart in the pits
    008 – Gillian is a dancer
    007 – Saving the Citicorp skyscraper
    006 – Accidentally winding up a bank
    005 – The street corner experiment
    004 – Can’t see the bathroom from the grout
    003 – Pick one great strategy
    002 – World’s worst first day on the job
    001 – An unexpected visitor from Mars

Keynote Talks

  • Keynote Speaking on issues in storytelling

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