6/10/2019 12:00 AM
9:45am - 11:00am | Chancellor Room

The Art and Craft of Storytelling to Inspire and Create Powerful Learning Experiences

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From the beginning of civilization, stories have been at the core of educating, inspiring, passing down through generations the history, culture and even religious practices. Adults continue to have a strong connection to stories. A well-crafted story is memorable. It embeds learning and can inspire action. There is an art to telling stories and a craft. Telling stories which create impact – and then influences behavior change - requires an understanding of simple and effective strategies. This session covers the structure of effective stories, including emotional triggers, identifying relevance, using metaphors and painting word pictures. Our skill as ‘storytellers’ also can be transferred to leaders to tell stories to inspire, and influence change in others. Telling stories of how team members demonstrate and live the values, inspire others by their shared vision, how individuals in the team or organization demonstrated each of The Five Practices creates impact within organizations. The most effective leaders are also great storytellers.
"The Leadership Challenge Forum is a transformational leadership experience. I appreciate the opportunity to learn from leadership scholars and experts coupled with the opportunity to network with colleagues."
- Ron Siers, Department Chair, Department of Education Specialties at Salisbury University

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