Jim Randall, Raconteur


Our success lies in our ability to connect with others. My father owned and operated a successful grocery store in Austin, Manitoba, the small prairie town where I grew up. He knew how to connect with his customers and the community he served. He taught me we tell a more powerful story by what we do and how we do things.

In my work as a senior executive in a large public corporation I came to understand and see the power of storytelling and how stories make it possible to connect with employees, customers and investors, and influence how they see things and the choices they make.

I learned that to be a successful leader, people need to connect with and trust us and feel they understand who we are and what we care about. I help enterprises discover, tell, and deliver on their story and change how they do things to connect with those who contribute to and are served by their enterprise.