Storytelling is an ancient and foundational mode of communication and is essentially the ability of sharing information in a way that engages individuals.
This workshop delves into the significance of encouraging families to share their stories, recognising it as a vital communication skill essential for fostering improved engagement between workers and the families they work with. The mastery of effective storytelling further enriches leadership and management skills through the adoption of compelling narrative techniques.
Creating Relevance: Well-constructed narratives provide meaning and establish emotional connections, enabling individuals to relate on a personal level. The more people connect emotionally, the more effectively intentions can be communicated.
Increasing Understanding: A well told story possess the transformative power to alter perspectives.
Enhancing Creativity: In the storytelling process, listeners or observers become co-creators as they interpret the story. This important engagement proves invaluable for workers reliant on providing a full picture of the circumstances for the families they work with.
Improving Decision-Making: Acknowledging the emotional underpinnings of decision-making, storytelling emerges as a powerful tool. Individuals connect and relate to narratives that define their identity.
This workshop will explore the art of storytelling as a versatile skill that not only enhances communication, engagement, and leadership but also influences decision-making through its compelling and persuasive nature.
9am - 3pm
Up to 20 Participants
Delivered in your organisation
Includes workbook & reference material
$,4,900 Plus GST
Plus travel costs