Of all the jobs on a leader’s plate these days, perhaps none is more important than sensemaker. We’re all confronted with too much data and too many choices on a daily basis. We see countless potentially-valuable things we could do while only having time for a limited few. We’re so busy that we can’t see all the forces at play; we struggle to connect the dots. Thus, the heavy lifting of leadership has to be to help people connect those dots so they can make the smartest choices regarding where to spend time.
The best way to do this is through storytelling. Storytelling is powerful because it provides guidance without being prescriptive. Four stories in particular are the most helpful.
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