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  • 1.A10/B10 The Power of Stories Building High Performance Teams From the Inside Out John W. McKenna, MBA Wythe Creek Technology

2.

  • Why areHere?

You 3.

  • Why areHere?

We 4.

  • To Hear a Good Story?

5.

  • WellYes
  • I Hope

6.

  • To Tell a Better Story?

7.

  • WellMaybe

8.

  • Today is About What
  • Tomorrow is About How

9.

  • What About Today?

10.

  • Three Things are Easier to Remember Than Five

11.

  • A Storys Power

12.

  • Three Stories to Tell

13.

  • Six Story Lines to Master

14.

  • Let Me Tell You a Story

15.

  • It All Started With
  • Ken Blanchard

16.

  • Live a Little
  • Learn a Little
  • Tell a Story

17.

  • A Storys Power

18.

  • Leadership
  • or
  • Management

19.

  • Managers
  • Work the Status Quo

20.

  • Reduce Inventory

21.

  • Reduce Overhead

22.

  • Increase Throughput

23.

  • Managers
  • Create Stability

24.

  • Creating Stability is Difficult

25.

  • Leaders
  • Destroy the Status Quo

26.

  • Change in Direction

27.

  • Change in Process

28.

  • Change in Behavior

29.

  • Leaders
  • Create Change

30.

  • Creating Change is Difficult

31.

  • Leadership
  • or
  • Management

32.

  • Successful People
  • In Successful Organizations
  • Lead and Manage

33.

  • Leadership
  • or
  • Management

34.

  • Leadership
  • and
  • Management

35.

  • Stories Empower
  • Managers and Leaders

36.

  • A Storys Power

37.

  • You Provide the Story or Someone Else Will

38.

  • Stories
  • Fill In the Blanks

39.

  • Create Trust
  • Reveal Vision
  • Clarify Goals

40.

  • People dont want more information.They are up to their eyeballs in information.They want faith faith in you, your goals, your success, in the story you tell.It is faith that moves mountains, not facts.
  • The Story Factor by Annette Simmons

41.

  • Stories
  • Create Alignment

42.

  • Persuade Over Argument
  • Replace Rules With Principles
  • Adjust Internal Narrative

43.

  • [I]ts not enough to marshal an effective argument.Someone somewhere will inevitably track down a counterpoint to rebut your point.The essence of persuasion, communication, and self-understanding has become the ability to fashion a compelling narrative.
  • A Whole New Mind by Daniel H. Pink

44.

  • Stories
  • Are Organic

45.

  • Flexible
  • Resilient
  • Evolutionary

46.

  • People dont believe what you tell them. They rarely believe what you show them. They often believe what their friends tell them. They always believe what they tell themselves. [L]eadersgive people stories they can tell themselves. Stories about the future and about change.
  • Tribes by Seth Godin

47.

  • Stories
  • Are Powerful

48.

  • Three Things are Easier to Remember Than Five

49.

  • Three Stories to Tell

50.

  • Who I Am

51.

  • Where We are Going

52.

  • How You Fit In

53.

  • Tribes

54.

  • Common Purpose
  • A Way to Communicate
  • Are Partisan

55.

  • Who I Am

56.

  • Reveal
  • Engage
  • Personalize

57.

  • Where We are Going

58.

  • I Have a Dream
  • Were All In This Together
  • Build a Cathedral

59.

  • How You Fit In

60.

  • Reveal
  • Engage
  • Personalize

61.

  • Relationship
  • Trust
  • Alignment

62.

  • Six Story Lines to Master

63.

  • Hmmm

64.

  • Three Things are Easier to Remember Than Five

65.

  • Six Three Things are Easier to Remember Than Five

66.

  • The
  • Not-so-Perfect
  • Framework

67.

  • Insert
  • Your Framework
  • Here

68.

  • Define the Story Lines

69.

  • Press

70.

  • Six Story Lines to Master

71.

  • Three Things are Easier to Remember Than Five

72.

  • Three Motivations
  • and
  • Three Abilities

73.

  • Three Motivations

74.

  • Individual
  • Community
  • Environment

75.

  • Three Abilities

76.

  • Individual
  • Community
  • Environment

77.

  • A Final Story

78.

  • It All Started With
  • Ken Blanchard

79.

  • It All Started With
  • Dr. Don Berwick
  • And a Story

80.

  • 100,000 Lives

81.

  • 5,000,000 Lives

82.

  • It All Started With
  • Dr. Don Berwick
  • And a Story

83.

  • Some Is Not a Number
  • Soon is Not a Time

84.

  • Thats My Story
  • And Im Sticking With It

85.

  • Thats My Story
  • And Im Sticking With It

86.

  • Whats Your Story?

87.

  • Boring Slides

88. The Power of Stories Building High Performance Teams From the Inside Out John W. McKenna, MBA, CAAMA [email_address] 89. Outline

  • Stories Are Powerful
  • Three Stories You Must Tell
  • Six Story Lines You Must Master

90. Stories are Powerful

  • Fill in the Blanks
    • Create Trust
    • Reveal Vision
    • Clarify Goals
  • Create Alignment
    • Persuade Over Argument
    • Replace Rules With Principles
    • Adjust Internal Narrative

91. Stories are Powerful

  • Are Organic
    • Flexible
    • Resilient
    • Evolutionary

92. Three Stories You Must Tell

  • Who I Am / Trust
    • Reveal
    • Engage
    • Personalize
  • Where We Are Going / Vision
    • I Have a Dream
    • Were All In This Together
    • Build a Cathedral
  • How You Fit In / Alignment

93. Three Stories You Must Tell

  • How You Fit In / Alignment
    • Reveal
    • Engage
    • Personalize

94. Six Story Lines You Must Master

  • Individual Motivation
  • Group Motivation
  • Structural Motivation
  • Individual Ability
  • Group Ability
  • Structural Ability

95. Questions