Telling Your Story Right
October 7 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
Everyday, whether we realize it or not, we’re telling stories. Some stories we tell out loud and full of volume. Other stories linger quietly in our head, silently yet powerfully shaping what we believe to be true, to be possible, for better and for worse. The stories we tell, to others and to ourselves, both inspire us and hold us back. They determine, regardless of the cards we’re dealt in life, what roads we take and where we opt out. This workshop is about owning your story and telling it right. It’s about putting yourself in the driver’s seat at work, with your career, with relationships, in life.
Participants will gain a boost of self-confidence with practical skills for changing outlook and impact. Among the key take-aways:
- Practice “reframing” problem to opportunity.
- Learn three easy steps for “believing into seeing”
- Study the tips and tricks of successful influencers
- Learn to tell your story right – for influence, for impact, for inspiring others to live their best self
Jen Hetzel Silbert , the co-founder of Spartina Consulting, has an unshakable belief that everyone is worthy of learning, working, and earning to their full potential. A master group facilitator, executive coach and force for positive change, Jen brings an infectious energy to her strength-based approaches to strategic planning, leadership development, culture building, and social innovation. She has a knack for challenging conventional thinking, a skill that has supported some of the highest rankings of the CIA, refugee survivors in post-civil war Liberia, as well as a statewide planning process that engaged thousands on complex issues such as education equity and earning power. Jen loves few things more than sharing her process for helping others to stretch to new levels of potential, and that starts with telling your story right.
Some Important additional Details:
Our Telling Your Story Right is taking place on Zoom. If you have never logged into a Zoom before, be sure to give yourself time beforehand to download Zoom.
The link for the event will be sent out before the event. If you have not received the link ; please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can send it to you again.
Please plan on arriving at about 3:55 pm as we will start promptly at 4:00 pm!
Cameras on! Please plan on turning your camera on so we can all connect as we learn.