951: Using Storytelling to Make Learning Stick

30 Oct 2019
Monterrey 1

The human brain is hardwired to remember stories. In this playful, experiential session participants will explore how to use improv techniques to tailor information and content so that it connects with an audience. By doing things like changing the POV, using inclusive language and adapting the message for different audiences, the content becomes more relevant and engaging to the listeners.

  • Key takeaways:
  • ● Techniques for being others-focused when delivering a message
  • ● Explore ways to use curiosity and inquiry to inform the relevancy
  • ● Participate in exercises that help refine content based on the audience
Jesse Case, . - The Second City Works
Rachel Miller, . - The Second City Works