Narratives have an extraordinary power of pull. — John Hagel
The interviews I do at Forward Thinking Workplaces and previously at 5 Minutes to Process Improvement Success have always had a unique quality that has gotten people's attention.
It's taken me years to understand all the dimensions of why and how that happens but one key factor has been that they are not just an interview. They are stories that are part of a bigger ongoing narrative.
In John Hagel's The Power of Pull, we learn that "Narratives have an extraordinary power of pull." The power to pull people and resources to you that you don't even know exist at the right time when you need them.
I experience and witness this extraordinary power of pull doing the work that I do. I encourage you to explore how you can bring more of this power of pull to work for you and your organization.
We'll explore this topic in greater depth at our webinar on Wednesday, October 26, 2022. Sign up here.
I hope to see you there. If the time doesn't work for your schedule, please register anyway, and I'll send you a link to the recording.
To your forward-thinking life & great success!
— BillBill Fox, Founder, Forward Thinking Workplaces
— Brown, Davison, and Hagel