Pre-Con with Kym Arthur – Unlocking your Story

KymArthurAbout the Half-Day Pre-Conference Workshop: Wednesday 23rd November 2016 from 9-12 noon

Storytelling is a powerful tool. It help us engage heads, hearts and hands to drive change. Whether that change be at an individual, team or organisational level. “If you want to build a movement you have to tell a good story”. This session will help you unlock your own story and in doing so highlight the essential components of good storytelling.

In this session we will be use rapid prototyping techniques to develop a narrative to influence change. At the end of this session you’ll come away with YOUR story ready to inspire others for change. Everyone has a story. Let us help you find yours!

The workshop is for anyone who has ever told a story and would like to tell another. Whether you need to tell stories to influence change in your workplace or to more effectively communicate with those around you, this session is for you.

About Kym Arthur:

Kym Arthur has extensive experience in using storytelling to influence change at both personal and organisational levels. In her current role in the Department of Premier and Cabinet she has used it to navigate complex organisational change and enhance culture. In her previous work in social welfare she used it to help individuals and communities navigate challenging circumstances. As a children’s yoga and meditation teacher she uses it to engage the heads, hearts and hands of the next generation. Kym lectures in Storytelling and Leadership in the Masters of Communication at RMIT.

| May 9th, 2016 | Posted in Uncategorized |

One Response to “Pre-Con with Kym Arthur – Unlocking your Story”

  1. Kim.McAlister Says:

    Hi Kym,
    I would like to attend Unlocking your Story workshop on Wednesday 23rd November. My employer will be paying for my attendance at the Story Conference and I will pay for my participation in your workshop. A workshop I’ve been looking to do for some time. Could you please inform how I pay for registration?
    Kind regards
    Kim McAlister

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