- Storytelling: How to tell your stories in a way that they will be heard?
Storytelling: How to tell your stories in a way that they will be heard?
Do you need a message to be heard? Do you want to communicate to a wider audience? Are you looking for a better way to share a story? How are you sharing your own story?
Come and join the 3-hour introductory storytelling workshop!
Prerequirements for joining a workshop: a curious mind, an urge to see and do things differently
Welcome additional skills: a healthy dose of skepticism, the experience and willingness to put theory into practice
TIME AND PLACE
22nd of March 2023 at 10 AM - 1 PM in Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Toom-Kooli 17, Tallinn)
DURING WORKSHOP, 4 THINGS WILL HAPPEN:
1. Rethinking the ancient art of storytelling
Why is storytelling so powerful and why should we use it? Let’s quickly explore three scientific studies and experience their effects. Considering how we might use storytelling in your messaging, leadership, communication or marketing?
2. Experiencing a guided imagery practice
We will take a moment to enjoy the inspirational and stress-busting opportunity that ‘instructed visualisation' can generate. A fun, yet informative practice that often presents some powerful truths, let’s take a moment to relax and engage our creative minds.
3. Sharing a story
Using some of the techniques we’ve understood: Let’s craft a short story and share it, rethinking our approach to listening in the process. This is a powerful opportunity to reflect on the interpersonal methods we use in the workplace whilst receiving feedback on our own storytelling techniques.
4. Applying stories to memory
How do we hold on to stories and how might others remember them? We will experience a method for prompting and remembering stories. What are the implications of these ideas in our professional work?
Tobias Cann is a professional workshop leader, whose work bridges head & heart. Tobias has twenty years of experience supporting communities and individuals in finding their stories. He is currently a story maker for the Estonian Wellbeing Organisation, Clanbeat.