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Chris Bailey

Stephanie, great reminder of how powerful stories are in our own learning process. My own experience tends to be similar to that of Kotter: most seminars and workshops I've attended are entertaining and informative, but it's all short-lived. I walk away and the lessons are like dust in the wind. My best learning experiences are the ones where I've actually had to wrestle with them after I left the session. More than likely, it was contained in a story...though for some it was just the flicker of an idea that needed time to more fully ignite.

From someone who is fascinated by the legal profession, but isn't a lawyer, I'm curious...in what ways could someone from the legal profession use storytelling techniques? Would it be for use with a client?

I have my first professional presentation coming up at the end of the month. I'm now thinking of how I can incorporate more storytelling techniques into the program.


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