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Neuroscience has proven that emotion is more important than logic when it comes to driving a decision, making organizational storytelling a highly effective way to communicate, internally and externally.

Our guests discuss the shift from corporate speak to storytelling, share how COVID has brought new stories to the surface, and explain how technology has enhanced and amplified storytelling.

Listen to Episode 65: The rise of storytelling in the digital world of work

Guest speakers: Michael Kowalski, Head of Production, Tortoise, and Harriet Patience-Davies, Storytelling Coach, Accenture

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