Online Training and On-Site Workshops
Harnessing the power of the web, Narativ offers online storytelling training to participants worldwide. The training introduces the fundamentals of our method. For your business, we come to your office for half-day, on-site Workshops or extended Training Programs for the most complete instruction in the method and its application to business communication. Contact us for more information.
Storytelling online coaching sessions: Oct. 17, 19, 24 or 28
Benaifer Bhadha, Narativ Lead Trainer will lead you in a one-hour storytelling coaching session.
Limited to 3 participants per session, Benaifer will give you guidance on your story and how to improve it.
Each person will get dedicated time to both practice telling their story and receive feedback from Benaifer, and will also listen to the two other participants’ stories and their feedback.
You will also receive a recording of the session.
Anyone who has participated in a Narativ live or online storytelling workshop.
If you have participated in a Narativ listening and storytelling workshop anywhere, you can book your spot for this one-hour coaching session.
Click on the ticket form to the right and select your preferred date or register for multiple sessions.
Tell Your Story Online Workshop - Starts November 29
DATE AND TIME
This online workshop takes place from 12pm to 1:30pm EDT on the following dates:
- November 29, 2016
- December 2, 2016
- December 6, 2016
- December 9, 2016
Following dates: March 7, 10, 14 and 17, 2017
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Created by Murray Nossel, PhD, founder of Narativ, Academy Award nominee, and author of upcoming book to be published by McGraw Hill in 2017 on storytelling in business.
This online storytelling workshop draws from anthropology, psychology, spirituality, business, performance and neuroscience to teach the art of listening, as well as essential tools to build successful stories.
You will be led through exercises that foster specific skills of successful storytelling. You will work on your own story of what matters to you and who you are, learning to connect with and reflect on your experiences in memorable ways, and to become more effective communicators.
Whether you are working on a personal story of your life or a professional story for leadership and career enhancement, this workshop will give you practical tools you can apply every day.
WHAT THE WORKSHOP INCLUDES
- Four 90-minute live sessions led by Murray Nossel
- Listening and meditation practices
- Replicable principles of storytelling learned through practicing
- Workbook with preparation exercises from session to session
- Recordings of each session
Click on the appropriate ticket form to the right depending on your preferred dates to participate in the workshop.
Breaking through the barriers to online collaboration - December 16
Working virtually or remotely has become the norm in many companies worldwide, and the benefits of flexible, globally-situated teams are clear.
But the online space presents challenges of its own when it comes to teams and collaboration. A lack of physical immediacy, the distraction of busy screens, and often a sense of isolation interfere with people’s motivation to participate fully. In our work with businesses all over the world, we have seen this issue come up time and time again, and have applied the Narativ listening and storytelling methodology to address it.
Working remotely doesn’t mean sacrificing full presence when you know how to tune in to fully receive the information being provided.
Register for this 45-minute webinar and discover what you can do to experience better teamwork and collaboration in the online space.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Led by Narativ’s co-founder Murray Nossel, this 45-minute webinar presents techniques and guidance to improve listening, focus and teamwork in the virtual space. Webinar highlights:
- Identify and manage the pre-conceived notions and expectations you bring to meetings online
- Identify and release the obstacles that get in the way of your ability to listen in the moment
- Leave meetings with a better understanding of what is asked of you
- Increased clarity about your own needs and requests when meeting online
- Improve your capacity to communicate clearly and be heard online
Click on the ticket form to the right to claim your $25 early registration spot if you register before December 1st!
Two Men Talking
Johannesburg 1974: A teacher asks two rival schoolboys to tell each other a story. Decades later, they meet by chance in New York and set out to transform the world through their real-life storytelling.
Two Men Talking is a live unscripted performance in which two men weave their life stories into a production that captivates audiences. Their story takes place between South Africa and New York City touching on issues of personal identity, HIV/AIDS, being Jewish in South Africa, and the creation of a lifetime friendship.
“Two Men Talking is our way of making sense of growing up white, Jewish, gay, and privileged under apartheid. Over the many years of creating our storytelling performance, we have listened to one another openly and non-judgmentally so that anything can be spoken. Our stories deal with difficult issues including harassment, homophobia, racism and AIDS, each of which has deeply touched our lives. We invite audience members to intimately share in our experiences. Two Men Talking combines elements of theatre, therapy and real life.
Our intention in performing is to create a sacred space, a moment of possibility that is healing for people and inspires audience members to tell stories of their own, and to value their own relationships. Each unscripted performance is absolutely unique in this continually transforming theatrical experience.”
Originally work-shopped at the Young Vic in London, Two Men Talking is the live performance of a friendship which began in Johannesburg in 1974 between Narativ’s founders, Murray Nossel, and Paul Browde. Created anew each time, the show has been performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, throughout South Africa and the West End in London, where it was selected as Time Out’s pick of the week.