Storylistening versus Storytelling? Curated #chat2lrn tweets

Here are our curated tweets from the Chat2lrn Twitter chat on #listening to #stories. [View the story “Storylistening versus Storytelling? Curated chat2lrn tweets” on Storify]

Case study: The costs and benefits of a strong culture

Editor’s note: Starting the week with a story. This post asks questions around how a company can retain its best staff and whether a great culture really can boost performance.

The Ones That Got Away – video stories

Editor’s note: Craig Taylor’s series on ideas that never saw the light of day looks at video stories – includes a great example.

Digital storytelling: A tutorial in 10 easy steps

Editor’s note: Lots of good points here – be aware that there are some great apps that can help simplify some of the process.

It is in our nature to need stories

Editor’s notes: Some good links here looking at where stories fit into humna evolution.

Steven Soderbergh tweets a thrilling crime novella

Editor’s note: He may not be the first to tweet a story, but it is interesting to see how the likes of director Steven Soderbergh are using Twitter. Can organisations harness this type of approach to using Twitter?

Curated tweets from #chat2lrn chat on stories in learning

Here are our curated tweets from the chat2lrn Twitter chat on using #stories in learning.   [View the story “Curated tweets from chat2lrn Twitter chat on using stories in learning” on Storify]

Using stories in learning

Editor’s note: Tomorrow’s #chat2lrn Twitter chat is on storytelling in learning. Does it have a place in organisations? This post sets the context for the discussion.

Learning stories

Editor’s note: L&D manager Sukh Pabial lays down a storylling challenge for the L&D community.

The neurochemistry of empathy, storytelling, and the dramatic arc

Editor’s note: Put together the classic ‘dramatic arc’ outlined by the German playwright Gustav Freytag 150 years ago with neurochemicals like cortisol and oxytocin and you have a truly engaging story.