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 "Using stories to teach, inspire, mobilise and dream" 

Storytelling & Ideation

Stories, if used at the right time, with the right context, can serve as a medium to solve a complex issue, make a rather heavy situation light, or just serve as a stress buster! They communicate very complex ideas in very accessible ways.


Storytelling in a work setting will help teams develop skills to engage with their work and their colleagues in a more meaningful fashion. Stories help build empathy and curiosity, enhancing the work experiences of leaders and their teams. In this context, I have interacted through a series of workshops curated for employees at corporates, government organisations and NGOs. I also operate as the Chief Ideator at LilTrails, a space for parents and children to exchange ideas and share experiences through craft, storytelling, books, and much more.

Testimonials

The session was pleasant and friendly. It was a nice experience and your interaction was lively. The participants saw some interesting takeaways from the session and a few of them are mentioned below:

  • General overall feedback on the session collected from the participants

  • The videos shown as an example for the things were good.

  • Visual and lively examples, interactive session.

 

Few interesting things which they learned were:

  • Ownership, problem-solving, and Listening

  • Should take ownership, read and re-read content before taking action, time is much important

  • Listening skill, Leadership quality, To be Responsible, Not to be procrastinated

- Archana Sreeram, Manager, HR

Exeter Premedia

What's new

  • Once upon a time – Online Storytelling Event – PST Time Zone
    27 Jun, 10:00 am – 10:45 am GMT-7
    Zoom Meetings
    Listen to Elmer the Elephant, The Koala Who Could & Anansi, the Spider being narrated by Master Storyteller Janaki Sabesh.
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