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PMINJ 2022 Mar Meeting

15 Mar 2022 - Virtual


PDP Information

Program Number: C02020220315
Leadership Storytelling: Communicate with Influence
Activity Sponsor: PMINJ Chapter (C020)
PDUs: - 1.5
Leadership - 1.5
Strategic - 0.0
Technical - 0.0

Abstract

Calvin is a project manager. Today, he receives news that stakeholders are not pleased with one of their deliverables. He’s looking at his agenda for the next project touchpoint with his team. “Looks like a pretty boring meeting,” he thinks, “There must be a better way…a more exciting way…to collaborate and solve problems.” He’s not sure where to begin.

Are stories at work really appropriate? Many have come to recognize the power of storytelling, but struggle to make their stories relevant to the task. Join Story Designer, Rance Greene, for a lively discussion where you will:
 
  • Discover the purpose of workplace messages
  • Ask four strategic questions that align your message to its purpose
  • Use the Story Design model to unite the best story with your message
Be prepared to share your insights in breakout rooms with peers as you help Calvin with his own challenges. Bring your work experience and stories to the conversation. Your story at work has never been needed more than it is right now.


Speaker

Monthly Speaker

Bio:
Website: www.needastory.com
School link: www.schoolofstorydesign.com
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rancegreene/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Rance2ya
Book link: https://amzn.to/2up6VLY

Link to all STORIES AT WORK articles and videos: https://needastory.com/stories-at-work
Link to blog posts: https://needastory.com/blog

Rance Greene formed needastory.com and the School of Story Design for those who struggle with storytelling at work. His methodology—Story Design—gives leaders and talent development professionals a systematic and creative way for discovering who their audience is and how to persuade them to take action on new ideas. He helps leadership teams, entrepreneurs and instructional designers discover that they are uniquely equipped to tell the best story for their audiences. Rance is the author of Instructional Story Design, a practical guide for developing stories that train. He coaches, teaches, speaks and writes often on the benefits of stories to connect people to one another.


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