Story Telling Conference

Andrew Rixon of Babelfish is organising a conference on organisational storytelling in Melbourne, Australia on October 8th and 9th 2009.

Storytelling is a powerful mechanism for tapping into culture, emotion and archetypes within an organisation and is extremely relevant to managing change, exercising leadership, and managing relationships with internal and external stakeholders. 
The conference brings together a world class set of speakers and presenters on storytelling from across the globe. You can view the conference agenda at CelebratingStoryConference.pdf
Andrew has generously made available to me 3 tickets to the conference at a discount rate. I have two to pass on. If you are interested and will be in Melbourne Australia at the time, leave a message (with your email or phone number) and I’ll get in touch to give you the details. 
One Response to Story Telling Conference
  1. Briang
    July 31, 2009 | 2:10 PM

    I really thought story telling was ineffective, but then I read "Good to Great" and "Ideas that Stick" and I changed my view. Interestingly, I do tend to remember movies with a photographic like memory of events.
    Oh I also lived in Melbourne Florida for four years, and everyone kept asking me how Australia was. : (
    Oh well
    Dr. Brian Glassman
    Ph.D In Innovation Management

Story Telling Conference

Andrew Rixon of Babelfish is organising a conference on organisational storytelling in Melbourne, Australia on October 8th and 9th 2009.

Storytelling is a powerful mechanism for tapping into culture, emotion and archetypes within an organisation and is extremely relevant to managing change, exercising leadership, and managing relationships with internal and external stakeholders. 
The conference brings together a world class set of speakers and presenters on storytelling from across the globe. You can view the conference agenda at CelebratingStoryConference.pdf
Andrew has generously made available to me 3 tickets to the conference at a discount rate. I have two to pass on. If you are interested and will be in Melbourne Australia at the time, leave a message (with your email or phone number) and I’ll get in touch to give you the details. 
One Response to Story Telling Conference
  1. Briang
    July 31, 2009 | 2:10 PM

    I really thought story telling was ineffective, but then I read "Good to Great" and "Ideas that Stick" and I changed my view. Interestingly, I do tend to remember movies with a photographic like memory of events.
    Oh I also lived in Melbourne Florida for four years, and everyone kept asking me how Australia was. : (
    Oh well
    Dr. Brian Glassman
    Ph.D In Innovation Management