The Story-based Learning Model can help formalize the informal, often murky, creative process of crafting a good story; it is a process designed to generate engaging content that supports the learning objectives while enhancing the learning experience.
The organizations that succeed in the modern world are the ones that put on a great performance in the fullest sense of the word — the ones that delight their audiences. Every great performance has an idea behind it.
If only training were as good as binge-watching your favorite Netflix series! You would have people waiting impatiently for the next release. Learn how Frito-Lay accomplished this goal and transformed training for 20,000 frontline employees in one year.
Creativity is an essential but underdeveloped competency in today’s workplace. Yet, we often hear people say, “I’m not creative.” With a workforce swallowed by self-doubt, how can organizations expect employees to develop a creative competency?
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There’s no debate about the power of storytelling in business. Stories persuade and inspire. They help people visualize the future, and they bring complex data to life. They build trust and understanding between the storyteller and the listener.
We should leverage the very skills that ensure a positive classroom experience to tell the learning story to our stakeholders, sponsors, owners and leaders.