So often in the last few years I have been part of groups of 'like-minded' people, whether that be a small local group of social entrepreneurial women or the famed TEDx community.
The harsh reality that we so often overlook is that the future success of humanity really lay in the ways that we learn to collaborate and, yes cooperate with 'not-like-minded' individuals AND groups.
Storytelling, and listening to stories, is a crucial component of the growth of collaboration. We need to re-integrate the importance of storytelling into the fabric of our schools, organizations and communities. Through coaching some kids to give TEDx talks, I learned first hand how powerful it can be to empower a youth to believe in their own ability not only to tell their own story, but to create the story of their lives.
A Community Triad – In conclusion November 26, 2014 I just wrote an entire brilliant post about connection and course discussions. I hit publish and the virtual editors vetoed my post (a page came up stating “Do you want to to do this”
Breadcrumbs on the discussion trail: How to Guide. October 28, 2014 I am not going to lie. I am not posting on this particular subject matter as the sage on the stage. I am doing it to compel myself toward deeper exploration of the subject matter. I have an
Audience State of Mind November 14, 2013 See on Scoop.it – Education, Technology and Storytelling Improve the design and delivery of your next workshop by focusing on individual learning styles, as well as group dynamics.
Leadership–Are you a storyteller or ‘story doer?” September 29, 2013 See on Scoop.it – Just Story It Biz Storytelling Building Resilience, Enhancing Performance Karen Dietz‘s insight: Here is a terrific primer on leadership and storytelling that