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Before I share his story—or more specifically, have him share his story—let’s talk briefly about why you want to use stories to help shift someone out of a stuck place.
Colleage David Lee shared this post with me and I think it's great because it reminds us again about how the stories we share in business can help create shifts and changes in people.
Lee shares a situation he had with a client, and how he used a story to help that person shift to a different place and resolve a long-standing issue.
While the post is about a coaching interaction and the power of story, I bet a good number of the busines stories you share have the same ability. Lee makes good points in the article that how stories can create both personal and organizational change.
Lee's post is perfect timing. I've just been re-reading the book "Influencer: The Power to Change Anything" by Kerry Patterson, et al (2008). It's all about storytelling and great stuff.
If you want to read more about how stories can influence people to shift, then read Lee's post. For a deeper dive, dig into "Influencer" (I have no relationship with the authors or their publisher, I just think it's a fab book!).
This review was written by Karen Dietz for her curated content on business storytelling at www.scoop.it/t/just-story-it
"A while ago, I created this poster A Tale of Two Classrooms. It wasn't meant as a statement of Classroom B is best. It wasn't even meant as a statement of Classroom A is awful. It was meant as a representation of Classroom A and B."
Krissy Venosdale revised her Classroom A and Classroom B poster recently to represent "What does Learning Look Like". Some of these Classroom B descriptors indicate a learner-centered environment. What are some other descriptions that you would include?
Here are some of Krissy's thoughts behind Learning:
"Learning is a journey. Our kids change. The world changes. We change as teachers. This morning, I made a revised version of Classroom A versus Classroom B. As someone pointed out, it’s not a black and white issue. There is so much grey and so much individual choice. I’m not saying A or B is better for everyone. I’m saying you’ve gotta think and really understand what you want learning to look like in your classroom."
A clear visual
Es fundamental movernos de un enfoque centrado en la enseñanaza a un enfoque centrado en el aprendizaje.