What is True Storytelling?

TRUE STORYTELLING COMMUNITY IS A THINKTANK AND A PLACE FOR SHARING IDEAS AND CASES ABOUT STORYTELLING, ETHICS AND SUSTAINABILITY.
THE 7 PRINCIPLES OF TRUE STORYTELLING ARE BASED ON ALMOST 40 YEARS OF CONSULTING AND RESEARCHING IN STORYTELLING AND CHANGE MANAGEMENT AROUND THE WORLD IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ORGANIZATIONS.
TRUE STORYTELLING IS AN ETHICAL APPROACH TO STORYTELLING. THE PRINCIPLES ARE NOT RULES BUT PRINCIPLES WE INVITE PEOPLE AND ORGANISATIONS TO EXPLORE AN DEVELOP.
TRUE STORYTELLING IS A PART OF AN INTERNATIONAL NETWORK WORKING WITH STORYTELLING AND SUSTAINABILITY.

We blogging so you have a place to ask questions and get answers about True Storytelling

It is a place for us to write handouts to accompany the True Storytelling Seminars and Consulting Events

We would love for you to beginning blogging about the ethics of leadership, how to use storytelling for strategic change, and your sustainability call

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David M. Boje Ph.D. is a Professor at Aalborg's Business College. He teaches qualitative storytelling science methods at Cabrini University in Philadelphia. He is editor-in-chief of the Business Storytelling Encyclopedia. Boje gives invited keynote presentations on storytelling science, water crises, and the global climate crisis, all around the world. Boje is Regents Professor and Professor Emeritus at New Mexico State University. He is a Director European School of Governance (EUSG) where Louis Klein is dean. He is member of the editorial board of the The Systemic Change Journal that is an ongoing conversation about ways of Governing the Anthropocene, and helping to set up a Sustainability Storytelling Lab. He is working with https://truestorytelling.org on sustainability storytelling, and convenes the annual 'Quantum Storytelling Conference' each December in Las Cruces New Mexico with Emeritus Professor Grace Ann Rosile (https://davidboje.com/quantum). Current printable vita at https://davidboje.com/vita

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