Can you start a movement in three mins?

How many people does it take to start a movement?

What impact can one leader have in your organisation?

Can you start a movement in three minutes?

This piece of film has been around for a number of years, I first saw it in 2009 and rediscovered it today via Ideapod @ideas.

Some commentary has been added to the original, so I thought I’d share that version. It certainly made me think the first time I saw it, and again today.

Where are the dancers in your company? Are they tapping their feet to their own rhythm or are you stifling their steps through process and restrictions?

How does change happen in your business?

Do you know who your internal influencers are?

This video sparks lots of thoughts for me and I hope it does for you too.

Enjoy the three minute film, happy weekend all.


Articles I’ve published this week:

How to conduct internal communication audits
Public sector communication awards launched
New CPD initiative launched by Institute of Internal Communication
How to use video to create an impact in your enterprise social network
Episode four of my internal comms podcast is now live
How to use the familiar to explain something new

Post author: Rachel Miller.

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