About Sticky Stories

Welcome to Stickystories.co, a place for innovative professionals to create high impact learning, communications and change experiences on a shoestring budget, through the power of tiny stories in workplace settings.

Where did the Stickystories.co concept come from?

It all began in 2014 when we offered bespoke animated stories for our corporate clients delivering change programs. Our clients were looking for innovative ways to help their workforce and stakeholders understand organisational changes in a real and personal way. We called these animations Sticky Stories.

We soon started receiving requests for stories on common topics, so we developed a library of Sticky Stories as a ready-now story resource for professionals who understand the power of a good story to engage and enlighten on even the most complex concepts. In 2016 Stickystories.co launched to give our customers a place to search for that short video for a workshop or session, not to ‘explain’ stuff, but to engage people in a learning conversation, generate insights and prompt people to share stories of their own.

Passionate about Simplicity

Stickystories.co Founder Leisha Boyle is passionate about the power of stories to communicate complex ideas simply.  If you need to convey important leadership and change concepts and translate them into actual behaviours and actions, this is where simple workplace scenarios and stories can make the difference. Stories can get a discussion going about real day to day actions.

We want Stickystories.co to be the solution to your challenge, so we are determined to provide a story collection that can be:

  • ridiculously affordable
  • spot-on for topics that you are struggling to communicate to leaders and teams in a corporate setting
  • a window into highly relevant workplace moments experiences
  • bite-sized to fit changing preferences for short video learning and development
  • flexible so you can download and reuse stories in your own settings without relying on reliable internet connections during your workshop or presentation.