#WorkingOutLoud on Social Leadership Storytelling Certification

This is an early stage #WorkingOutLoud post, as i start to develop a certification programme around Storytelling for Social Leaders. I’m ultimately aiming to build a few of these out, around each of the nine aspects of Social Leadership shown in the NET model. Here are the initial areas, with some links below.

Storytelling Certification

1. Foundations of Storytelling
2. Diagonal Storytelling
3. Stories of Difference
4. Amplification
5. Social Filtering
6. Story Listening
7. Sanctioned Subversion
8. Cultural Graffiti
9. Claimed Voices
10. Authenticity
11. Bridging Stories
12. Relevance and Timeliness
13. Stance – opposition vs consensus stories
14. Interpretation in Storytelling
15. Narrative and Story
16. Spaces vs Conversations
17. Ownership of Stories
18. Iteration and Evolution
19. Stories of Uncertainty
20. Choreography of Storytelling

The twenty components here are provisional, but represent aspects of storytelling that i’ve either developed frameworks around, or activities, so will act as a starting point. My aim is to get a prototype in place by the end of June, to run in July.

I’ve been quite overwhelmed by the interest in the Social Leadership 100 days journey, so have bought forward plans to develop certification behind it. I’ll share this as it develops.

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About julianstodd

A learning and development professional specialising in e-learning and learning technology.
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3 Responses to #WorkingOutLoud on Social Leadership Storytelling Certification

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