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Cathy Anderson

"Storytelling" with Cathy Anderson

April  17, 2014  12:00 PM  - 1:00 PMPiedmont Natural Gas, SouthPark 4720 Piedmont Row Drive Charlotte, NC 28210

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Topic: "Storytelling"
with Cathy Anderson

Stories are more memorable and more persuasive than data or definitions, and effective leaders are also often effective storytellers.
So what makes an effective story?  Are you born knowing how to tell a compelling story or can you learn how?  In this session, we'll discuss a structure for building effective, quick stories.


About Food for Thought:

From why mission statements matter to making top management more effective, the Food for Thought series offers relevant, timely information you can put to work immediately in your organization.

Each hour-long class is taught by faculty from The McColl School of Business at Queens University of Charlotte.  The series is free and lunch is provided.

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