Lessons learned from stories last a lifetime.
Learning and teaching are interactive processes, dynamic relationships between instructors and students. Each has a critical responsibility—the teacher understand the student and presents information in a variety of modalities and the student actively engages in the conversation—listening to, questioning, exploring, and experiencing each lesson. In an atmosphere of true teaching and learning, the process enriches both the student and the teacher.
Anyone can learn to weave stories into business meetings, university classes, keynote presentations, workshops, and ministry to illuminate, clarify, inform, instruct, comfort, influence, inspire, entertain, and delight. An old saying “you get out as much as you put in” is true in StoryTalk seminars.
StoryTalk seminars are interactive and participation is critical as participants listen to, explore, question, discuss, and experience the story.
StoryTalk seminars provide the tools and the creative spark to develop, write, tell, and engage listeners and learners in your own story and its life-changing lessons.