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Thursday, November 7 • 9:15am - 10:30am

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If we all tell stories everyday, how can we harness this natural inclination towards stories to enhance our facilitation skills? In this engaging, interactive workshop, we will delve into both intentional and spontaneous storytelling as a means to enhance and guide facilitation, encode information, share values, and embed knowledge.

Participants will be introduced to the elements of what makes a story, explore the recent fascination with storytelling by psychologists and neuroscientists, and then experiment with generative exercises that help people find stories, tell stories, and find meaning in stories. Participants will also be given access to an in-depth guide of storytelling resources.


Kat Koppett

Kat Koppett is the President and Eponymous Founder of Koppett a company specializing in the use of theatre and storytelling techniques to enhance individual, group and organizational performance. Her book Training to Imagine: Practical Improvisational Theatre Techniques to Enhance... Read More →

Jeanne Lambin

Jeanne is an educator, facilitator, coach, storyteller, and practitioner of applied improvisation. She has performed, presented workshops, and conducted trainings in the US, Europe, and Asia. She is Vice President of the Applied Improvisation Network, Co-Founder of Improv for Humanity... Read More →

Thursday November 7, 2019 9:15am - 10:30am CST
The Loop Room

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