Storytelling with Chuck Chats

January 30th, 2018

This week I had the honour of chatting to the excellent Chuck Gose as part of his regular Chuck Chats series.

The topic was storytelling – Chuck asked me to take part after reading my blog about how internal communication brought me closer to my grandad. Through the wonder of Google Docs, we had a virtual conversation (Chuck is based in the US) which covered what makes a good storyteller, what makes a compelling story, plus our role as trusted advisers, measurement and whether or not we need that seat at the top table.

You can read the full transcript here:

Chuck Gose is the founder and host of ICology, a podcast and resource for Internal Communicators. You’ll can find him on Twitter: @chuckgose and @learnicology


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