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Creating a Culture of Resilience: Harnessing Your Story Intelligence
- This course is available for .75 CMC education or .75 MMC advanced education credit; completion of required learning assessments are required to receive IIMC credit.
- Contact Amy Brewer for more information
(Note: Most organizations will award credits for our class if you send them the information the organization requires to meet their credentials for continuing education credits.)
Individuals and organizations have a set of “narrative assets” as valuable as many of the other assets organizations typically work to preserve and nurture, especially in stressful times. This session will help you to:
- Identify your personal and organizational narrative assets
- Demonstrate how purposeful sharing of stories can build personal and organizational resilience
- Introduce you to “instrumental” reminiscence—a way of looking to past successes in troubled times to help you better manage current crises
- Show you how to harness your innate Story Intelligence to bring teams together who are working virtually; to better communicate core values; to discover deeper meaning and purpose in your work; and, to envision and realize a brighter future
Note: This series is available as 3 standalone webinars or as a full series. For more information on the full series, please click here.
Richard Stone is a nationally recognized speaker on the power of storytelling and its applications in business, healthcare, and education. He got his start 25 plus years ago developing story-based training programs for team building and leadership development, and has been a leader in work on narrative reminiscence. He has worked with diverse organizations such as Walt Disney Imagineering, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Hewlett Packard, Eastman Chemical Company, Kraft Foods, and Novant Health. Richard has authored The Healing Art of Storytelling, and co-wrote The Patient Survival Handbook with Synensis’s CEO Stephen Powell. Previously he was the Chief Innovation Officer for Synensis, and prior to that the StoryAnalytics Master for the IDEAS Innovation team (a former division of the Walt Disney Company) where he was on the team that created StoryCare, an innovative program for driving behavioral change among healthcare staff to improve patient safety and satisfaction.