Book Study Series from the Journal of Healthcare Contracting on Lead with a Story
A series of articles from Graham Garrison in the Journal of Healthcare Contracting addresses storytelling in the workplace through a study of Lead with a Story, by Paul Smith.
April’s top 3 business books from IEDP, sponsors of Developing Leaders Magazine
See reviews of all three top picks here. The Art of Being Unreasonable. Winning with Transglobal Leadership. Lead with a Story.
Soundview Executive Book Summaries on Lead with a Story
Smith’s book is not just a depository of stories. Far from it. In fact, Lead with a Story is not a book on storytelling, but first and foremost a book on leadership. Click here for full review.
Lead with a Story Makes Top 20 Storytelling Books according to List.ly
The art of telling a story is a skill that if learned can be used not only in business but throughout your life. The books featured here are some of the top books on how to tell a story. Note: this list is a mix between business storytelling, novel writing, and screenwriting. This mix is what I’ve found is the best way to build the skill and art of storytelling.
Thumbs up from the San Francisco / Sacramento Book Review
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Dr. Harquail or: How I learned to stop worrying and love stories. (Apologies to Stanley Kubrick)
Leadership and organizational behavior expert Dr. CV Harquail was a self-admitted skeptic of storytelling. After reading Lead with a Story, however, she now sees storytelling as a legitimate and convincing leadership tool. Click here »
Book Review of Lead with a Story by Mallory Barbee, as published in the ABA Banking Journal.
“If you are a speaker, a teacher, a friend, a pastor, a leader in any sense of the word you will learn from this book!”
A book review of Lead with a Story on the blog: I’d rather be caving.