Narativ’s CEO Jerome Deroy offers advice on how to make meetings more enjoyable and effective by applying two of Narativ’s principles: creating a dedicated time and space and paying heed to the reciprocal relationship of listening and telling. :30. Find supportive documents here. Download the edited transcript.
Storytelling for Onboarding
With Caroline Nobo Sarnoff,
Measures for Justice
In our Storytelling for Onboarding webinar, Narativ CEO Jerome Deroy talks with special guest Caroline Sarnoff, Director of Outreach, Measures for Justice, about our work together on a story-based training program that we created for this disruptive data-science company. The conversation will highlight the kinds of information the training unearthed, its implementation and impact on new hires, and where MFJ plans to go in 2018 with story-based training. If you have further questions, please email us!
Storytelling for SALES
Internal Storytelling Training
In order to have more empathy and connect better with customers, salespeople need the following skills:
• Discovery: find an emotional theme that connects customers to your service or product.
• Listening: learn interviews skills to confirm that your prospect experiences that theme.
• Agile storytelling: tell an adaptive story that relates to your customer’s experience.
Storytelling In advocacy
Seize the Narrative
Akif Kariman, one of a emerging generation of Roma leaders in Europe, speaks with Narativ’s co-founder and Director, Murray Nossel, Ph.D., about his use of listening and storytelling to foster unity amongst diverse sub-groups of Roma.
About Our Services
Storytelling for Employee Onboarding
Your employee onboarding process can make or break the relationship new hires form with your company. Induction is a critical juncture during which creating a warm welcome into your company’s culture is as important as orientation and compliance. Don’t miss the opportunity to build culture from day one.
Storytelling for Business
When it comes to telling stories in a business context, not much changes in terms of storytelling’s imagistic power to evoke emotions and create understanding. But a business does have the imperative of connecting stories to strategic goals. We call this the Lion’s Gaze. We excel at keeping you focused on your audience.