Join us for Narrative 4 and harness the power of the story exchange to embolden individuals to improve their lives, their communities, and the world. Participate and engage in the authentic power of storytelling. In session one, learn the history, philosophy, and processes of Narrative 4. Then, share your story, actively listen and learn from other participants in order to retell their story and build a solid respect for their ideas, experiences and actions. In session two, learn skills of artful facilitation: deep listening tools, traits of a good facilitator, positive interventions and pragmatics.
Who Would Benefit |
Professionals at any level interested in creating positive work environments and improving the quality of communication and meaningful collaboration within a team or organization, community group or classroom. This training course is ideal for individuals leading group sessions where team members interact and share personal experiences, for leaders who wish to build empathy, compassion and understanding.
Fjelstad Hall | Frida Nilsen Lounge
Concordia College Campus
Dates & Times | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm (each session)
March 20 | Participate in the Narrative 4 experience
March 27 | Narrative 4 facilitator training
Groups registrations of 4+ will receive a 10% discount at checkout
Snacks and refreshments will be served during each session
Participant Takeaways |
A successful story exchange is the result of careful preparation and skilled facilitation that creates mutual respect among every person in the exchange. The post-exchange reflection allows participants to consider what they’ve experienced and plan for how they can build on it.
Develop active listening skills
Engage in peer-to-peer learning
Practice public speaking techniques
Improve self-reflection and self-awareness
Experience an overall increase in positive emotions
March 20, 2019
March 27, 2019
$295 Standard (two sessions) | Through March 11, 2019
Dr. Dawn E. Duncan - Professor of English & Global Studies | Narrative 4 Master Practitioner
Continuing Studies & Outreach
Old Main, Concordia College