Some are natural storytellers, some feel overwhelmed at the prospect of turning data into a digestible story, yet every one of us can improve the craft of storytelling with a basic knowledge of universal story structure.
In this interactive webinar, participants will learn the nuts and bolts of storytelling.
By the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:
- Describe how the brain learns in story format
- Describe how data does not make for good storytelling
- Recognize the universal three-act story structure (Set Up / Confrontation / Resolution)
- Understand the concept of transformation in storytelling
- Identify story structure through various well-known examples
- Apply this story structure to a recent success story
LER alumna Lisa Linke, MHRIR 2000 will lead this session. For more information on Lisa and her facilitation, visit http://lisalinke.com/corporate-facilitator.html.
To attend the webinar, visit https://meet.illinois.edu/mhill4/Y0W9YY6S?sl=1. To ask questions or RSVP to receive information about any schedule changes or cancellations, email Michelle Hill at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you do not RSVP, you are welcome to attend the online event, but we can not guarantee that you will be aware of any changes out of our control.