Bookings Via Quicket: http://qkt.io/tellyourstory
Date: 14 June: 5.30 for 6pm - 8pm
In this 2-hour workshop, participants will:
-Experience first-hand the powerful effect of storytelling as a transformational agent across all settings
-Experience first-hand the powerful effect of storytelling as a transformational agent across all settings and sectors
-Learn how to apply the art of storytelling as a useful communication and marketing tool for your organisation
-Understand the benefits of storytelling as a qualitative assessment and impact tool
About Lisa Cohen
Lisa offers story-coaching to individuals and groups by harnessing the power of storytelling to build connections between storytellers (leaders, teams and organisations) and their audiences. She draws on the art of public storytelling by harvesting and capturing real lived experiences and authentic narratives in meaningful, engaging and impactful ways.
Over the years, Lisa’s growing passion for people and their stories together with her expertise in storytelling practice have advanced through a diversity of fields. She has attended programmes at the International School of Storytelling and the Centre for Biographical Storytelling; completed training in Systemic and Family Constellation Facilitation at African Constellations; and continues to study and practice as an Archetypal Psychotherapist. Lisa also holds a teacher’s diploma in Speech and Drama and a post graduate degree in Clinical Psychology.
Some of her achievements include: As a founding member of Earthchild Project she developed and facilitated holistic education programmes for under-resourced communities. She has co-authored the Cool To Be Me social-emotional learning storybook ,and has developed, managed and facilitated Our Story Your Story, a Clowns Without Borders autobiographical storytelling project, aimed at building bridges within divided communities.
2018-02-06T10:56:20+00:00 February 6th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|
‘Achievement of Potential’, ‘Character Development’, ‘Creativity’, ‘Discipline’, 'Respect', ‘Balance‘ and 'Pride' were areas highlighted as requiring additional focus in a values survey conducted by Herzlia last year.