According to Driscoll & McKee (2006);
‘Authentic storytelling is inherently connected to ethical leadership and the creation of a more ethical culture. People reflect on well told, meaningful, stories that are told from the heart and soul. They resonate and stick with us. This, in turn, helps us with discernment, in making better decisions, more ethical decisions. In this way, authentic storytelling can allow leaders a way to communicate their vision and values, to inspire, to bring about understanding and change, and to empower‘.
In this session you will learn the art of storytelling. You will not only understand the steps on how to construct and share your story, but you will learn about the power in sharing your own personal story.
Through this workshop we will create an open space to facilitate a Q&A in order to have conversations around culture, biases, race, refugees and diversity.
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