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Newsletter 48 Going to fun from Monday to Friday


Fun at work seems to take a back seat in difficult economic times. Maybe it's time to do the counter-intuitive and introduce (more) fun at work...

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Fun in the workplace, introduced in the right manner, has real benefits for personal health, improved creativity, staff satisfaction and performamce



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QUOTEABLE QUOTES
Prof Howard Gardner (Harvard) “The principal vehicle of leadership is the story: the leader affects individual behavior, thought, and feelings through the stories that he and she tells.”

"Forget traditional positioning and brand-centric approaches to marketing. We're now in the 'Age of the Narrative' where the biggest challenge facing companies is how to communicate their story in the most compelling, consistent and credible way possible -- both internally and externally.“ William Ryan, Founding Partner, Portola Strategies

"A story is not an accumulation of information strung into a narrative, but a design of events to carry us to a meaningful climax."
- Robert McKee

"Arriving at Meaning through inherited narratives: This is, I think, the most common and ubiquitous route to meaning... It is ... our first layer of, usually unconscious, meaning".
Stephen@appliedjung.com

"How sweet a thing it is to wear a crown" - Shakespeare, King Henry VI
and "Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown" - Henry IV,




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