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The Personal Narrative A leader’s personal narrative contains both her life story and who she is as a person. Monsignor Dale Fushek learned about the importance of his own personal narrative from Mother Teresa when, in 1989, she visited Phoenix, Arizona, where Fushek lives and works. She was in Phoenix to dedicate a homeless shelter. At the end of a busy day she told him, ‘‘ People gave me some money to help start the home here. ’’ The diminutive nun then reached in her pockets again and again, extracting cash and checks, and handing it all over to Fushek.
Wright’s continual returning to the beginning is not merely a matter of reminding people about what they had agreed to. It is also about returning to what holds the group together. ‘‘Always go back to common ground,’’ she said. Leaders also comment in both words and actions about the progress of their mutual pursuit. They give updates about what has happened, what is happening, and what must happen next. They become the keepers of the story. For example, in 1947, after India had achieved independence from Britain, Hindus and Muslims fought violently with one another in riots across the country.
Bohm turned his attention to human communication during the later years of his life. ’’ It is characterized by a spirit of attempting to create a new understanding within the group that may in turn lead to new ways of acting. [3 ] Dialogue of this kind is not a mere exchange of information and opinion. No one is attempting to win or score points. It is not mere discussion, nor is it argumentation, debate, or a speech followed by a Chapter 5: Mobilizing 45 46 Chapter 5: Mobilizing question-and-answer session; although each of these things might, in their own way, be useful.
Art of Winning Commitment, The: 10 Ways Leaders Can Engage Minds, Hearts, and Spirits by Dick RICHARDS