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How board games can help build your #leadership acumen through building good judgment and linking actions to results

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As an extension of what +Sanyin Siang posted, here's an interesting Forbes article about how videogames and #storytelling helped company leaders improve their #leadership skills.

http://www.forbes.com/2010/07/19/career-leadership-strategy-technology-videogames.html

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Taken from my blog on Storytelling in Business -

"This NY Times article presents some fascinating results from research into narrative and #storytelling in families. The findings of a scientist at Emory University showed that children who had a good understanding of their family’s narrative i.e. the history of the family, were better at dealing with uncertainty and stressful situations.

Leaders in fields such as business management and leadership have discovered similar trends in their respective fields. The concept of a shared narrative helps to preserve the core principles in organizations, create cohesion and stimulate progress.

These findings provide a lesson for those seeking to create a cohesive and progressive company culture. By continually documenting and sharing your company’s story with your employees, you’ll provide a common understanding of the company’s identity and direction. This activity provides a solid foundation on which to build the growth you seek for your company."

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/17/fashion/the-family-stories-that-bind-us-this-life.html?src=me&ref=general&_r=2&

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The Executive Director of the Coach K Center on Leadership and Ethics at Duke University shares her thoughts on the responsibility of leaders to create the right culture.

Hi everyone, welcome to the Leadership and Ethics community. Our goal is to become the first place that anyone who's interested in leadership and ethics turns to for knowledge, advice and sharing. 

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Great forthcoming book by Alison Levine, also a board member of our Coach K #Leadership & #Ethics member at #Duke.

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