Editor’s note: This short film explains, from a psychological perspective, why stories are so powerful for humans. This is why stories are so useful in helping people connect with ideas and care about things.
Here are our curated tweets from the Chat2lrn Twitter chat on #listening to #stories. [View…
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.
Editor’s note: Craig Taylor’s series on ideas that never saw the light of day looks at video stories – includes a great example.
Editor’s note: Lots of good points here – be aware that there are some great apps that can help simplify some of the process.
Editor’s notes: Some good links here looking at where stories fit into humna evolution.
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?
Here are our curated tweets from the chat2lrn Twitter chat on 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.
Editor’s note: L&D manager Sukh Pabial lays down a storylling challenge for the L&D community.
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.