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Storytelling for Social Good Seminar

  • University of Chicago Graham School Chicago United States (map)

Tiny Windows Consulting’s Principal Miriam Brosseau will be teaching a 2-day seminar at the University of Chicago’s Graham School, Oct. 24-25.

Read the course description below; view the course on the Graham School website and register here.

Regardless of changes in technology, storytelling has always been at the heart of marketing and the heart of the human experience. In Storytelling for Social Good, students will learn how to harness storytelling to capture audiences’ attention, build trust, and spur action. We’ll examine the neurological, psychological, and historical foundations of storytelling, and why those matter in the digital age. Students will explore storytelling tactics and techniques, including visual storytelling, influencer marketing, and user-generated content. Most importantly, we’ll develop storytelling strategies for our brands and organizations, and walk away with a clear vision of the stories we need to tell and why, how to gather them, and how to measure their impact.

This course is designed to improve the storytelling ability of anyone working in marketing communications, but will be particularly useful to those in socially conscious businesses and nonprofit settings.

Learn more and register here.

Earlier Event: September 25
The Six Elements of Story [Webinar]