When Did You Last Tell an Interesting Story?

September 1999
Workforce (10928332);Sep99, Vol. 78 Issue 9, p26
Presents tips on how to incorporate a skill in creating a story when conveying messages to employees, according to the Executive Communications Group. Psychological impact of such approach; Sample situation on how to create a story.


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