Posts by Sasha Dorje Meyerowitz

To lead is to listen

“People want to be heard.” In his March 6, 2019 webinar with Narativ, Akif Kariman expanded on this adage as he talked about his advocacy work with the European Roma. He insight goes further because he saw that in supporting your constituency

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Training 2019 Key Takeaways

At the Training 2019 Conference in Orlando, the first such conference for our company (how fortunate it was in sunny Florida in February!), we unpacked our hop-up and pull-up, stacked up copies of Powered by Storytelling, took out our branded mugs…and then

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Advocacy Webinar Follow-up Questions

Murray Nossel responds to questions from participants in our webinar, Creating Change: Storytelling for Advocacy How do we deal with dangerous stories? Stories that may be harmful to other people or groups? The question of harm is complex and context-dependent. However, there

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The Reciprocal Relationship of Listening and Telling

At the heart of our storytelling methodology is one key principle: The reciprocal relationship of listening and telling. What do we mean by “the reciprocal relationship of listening and telling”?  It’s actually happening to you now as you read this paragraph. You

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Resolve Workplace Conflict

Murray Nossel, Ph.D., on listening, storytelling, and workplace conflict Found in almost any social situation, whether work or community, misunderstanding in communication can often lead to harsher exchanges of words and strong emotions, if not outright conflict. At the root of these

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Brand Storytelling: Make It Personal

Consistency or Variety? In the world of branding, there is an adage: keep it consistent. Use the same words, phrases, and images in order to imprint them deeply into the consciousness of your customers and stand out in the market. Americans may

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The AIDS Day Story

 An individual’s origin story defines who they are and why they do what they do. True also for an organization, which may begin with an individual’s origin story and later develop its own. In a way no prose can ever do,

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Oprah Winfrey & Storytelling- 2018 Golden Globe Awards Speech

“This year, we became the story.”- Oprah Winfrey Oprah Winfrey became the first black woman to receive the Cecil B. de Mille award during this year’s Golden Globe Awards, the 75th anniversary of the event. She delivered an electrifying and presidential speech that

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New York Habitat Case Study

Businesses can use stories to get clients to better understand the company’s work, to connect employees to one another and to management, and to give a voice to those who don’t otherwise have one. — Entrepreneur Narativ’s work with New York Habitat

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Jerome Deroy, CEO of Narativ

Narativ's CEO Jerome Deroy demonstrates how storytelling instills culture and values

naturally in the onboarding. process.

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