#TChat Recap: Authentic Storytelling & Talent Strategies Define Your Culture

Authentic Storytelling & Talent Strategies Define Your Culture

Authentic storytelling. Sounds like another buzzword, doesn’t it?

Or is storytelling the new tenet of talent focused business in 2015?

I believe stories build thriving communities and engage people to share. One might say #TChat is an example of a homegrown community of engaged people. A metaphor for what many future thinking brands see as a valuable form of communication for employees and customers alike.

Authentic storytelling can be an amazing way to impact talent strategies. It takes commitment from leaders and teams to make this a reality.

From leadership to employees, authentic storytelling gives organizations a defined and meaningful purpose: a crucial element of a successful talent strategy.

Talent strategies have never been more valuable to the World of Work. Talent not only dictates business success, it dictates organizational culture.

This week, our #TChat community was joined by Christoph Trappe, career storyteller & journalist, who explained why authentic storytelling should be leading your talent strategy.

Authentic storytelling isn’t content marketing. Storytelling is alive, real, and organic. 

Great storytelling inspires and ignites the kind of motivation and action that attracts talent.

Integrating effective storytelling into talent strategies builds bridges for talent to cross. Stories create opportunities for people to connect and relate to an organization.

When you’re authentic, and your talent is your reference, your reputation can fuel recruiting, productivity, and your bottom line.

Storytelling is about sharing goals, expectations, and experiences. For an organization’s talent strategy, storytelling has a multi-tiered payoff.

Are you ready for it? 


See What #TChat-ters Said About Authentic Storytelling! 

What’s Up Next? #TChat Returns Next Wednesday, Feb. 4th!

TChatRadio_logo_020813-300x300#TChat Radio Kicks Off at 7pm ET / 4pm PT — Our weekly radio show runs 30 minutes. Usually, our social community joins us on Twitter as well. The topic: Should HR Be Split Into Two Branches?.

#TChat Twitter Kicks Off at 7:30pm ET / 4:30pm PT — Our halfway point begins with our highly engaging Twitter discussion. We take a social inside look at our weekly topic. Everyone is welcome to share their social insights #TChat.

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