"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.
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
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