By truly focusing on reconstructing the Storytellers real, richer and fuller story, you, by default promote the good work of your organisation's support of the storyteller. Sharing someone's story should not have a primary focus of promoting ourselves, our organisations but rather to wake the storyteller up from their unconscious self-bias and self-defeating algorithms of inner life.
By focusing solely on this we do two extra things in the most beautiful and authentic way…. Read More
StoryWork is a term that I use to describe the eclectic work that I do with people, communities and organisations. To be honest, It's quite a broad categorisation. StoryWork can range from simple storytelling projects to more complex problem solving and evaluation processes. The common denominator in all is the use of conversation, reflection and storytelling and to tell those stories in creative ways. One thing that is clear is that by using reflective personal stories I am able to help people, communities and organisations achieve several positive outcomes. Read More
Why are our stories important? Often forgotten but never the less, still, a fundamental core ingredient to happiness, wellness and functioning successful communities. For that matter why are the sharing of thoughts and the encouragement of conversations so vitally important to the future of not just our community, but of the social fabric of our planetary future? I hope that over time we can answer not only these questions but contribute to our communities through the value of story and conversation. In the meantime, I want to just give you a brief introduction to the trans-formative power of story & conversation. Read More