Our storytelling secrets.
Genevieve Georget, executive editor at Round Table Companies, challenges leaders to understand the difference between sharing opinions and sharing stories. Leaders who share their values through business storytelling can elevate their impact on key stakeholders while embracing the very aspects that make us all human.
Mary Anna Rodabaugh
Of all the words to describe her book writing experience with Round Table Companies, Tammy Gooler Loeb chose the word “embrace.” Loeb credits RTC with fostering a safe environment to experiment, to fail, and to succeed with her manuscript.
Tammy Gooler Loeb
For Tammy Gooler Loeb, her personal process and her writing process have blossomed since she began her book writing journey with her writing coach. This journey has been filled with big surprises and profound self-discovery, igniting an excitement within Loeb to write another book before she has finished her current manuscript.
Tammy Gooler Loeb
Kari Warberg Block, CEO of EarthKind and the author of Gathering around the Table, speaks about the process of writing her book and the range of emotions she experienced so that readers could feel the same way as they turned the pages.
Kari Warberg Block
Whether it's coordinating her family, coaching her cheer squad, or managing the staff of RTC, we can rest assured that Kristen Mitchell has a plan and that it will be carried out seamlessly. Read on to find out more about our newest project manager.
Sheila M. Trask
You and your brand go hand in hand. What story are they telling? RTC’s Corey Blake speaks on a number of topics, including vulnerability in the workplace, using storytelling to transform organizations, and how business leaders can use brand storytelling.
Corey Blake, CEO Round Table Companies