Storyteller’s Circle – Nov 2023 – Building messaging into narrative!
Welcome to the Storyteller’s Circle, co-sponsored by CCC & Intermountain West Joint Venture!
This month’s session discussion is focused on Building messaging into narrative:
As conservation communicators, it is rare that we are not advocating for something in our work. How can we spread our organization’s messages and goals while still telling engaging, narrative-driven stories?
Join the Storyteller’s Circle! This (free!) bi-monthly, virtual event combines topic-based discussions led by other communications professionals with dedicated time to work on your own storytelling projects in a supportive environment.
Join us November 30th, 2023 from 12:30 to 2 p.m. MT for a discussion on building your messaging into narrative!
This workshop series is produced to support the Western Collaborative Conservation Network.
Reach out to Emily Downing or Nicole Reese for more information.
How does the Storyteller’s Circle work?
Sessions will last for 90 minutes and will be “drop-in”-style; i.e., join whenever and stay for however long you want. A designated facilitator will commit to keeping the Zoom room open for the full 90-minute session. Don’t feel like you need to commit to coming every other month, either. Show up as your availability and interest dictates.
Sessions will be broken into 45-minute halves. The first half will feature a speaker, presentation, or facilitated discussion that allows participants to work collaboratively through storytelling challenges. The second half will be a “write-in” where you’ll have space to work on your storytelling projects in a quiet group space. During this time, we ask that you mute yourself and use the chat feature to ask questions, bring a problem to the group’s attention, or hold side conversations.
There will be a hard stop for this workshop at the 90-minute mark. If you want to carry on a topic-specific discussion or side conversation beyond the session, we encourage you to arrange a time outside the workshop to do so.