Being more human in a machine-led world
The future has already arrived and in this digital world where machines and AI will increasingly dominate, what will be ‘the edge’ we must leverage within our teams and society? What will be the differentiator?
We need to focus on human connection and the richness of how we interact; creating and nurturing these connections for success.
In this workshop, we’ll explore how to live a life led by purpose, practice raising self and group awareness and leverage the power of story telling to foster greater human connection.
Outline/Structure of the Workshop
- Facilitate an exercise to help uncover ‘your inner purpose’
- Explore what it means to live a life of purpose
- Discuss the importance of raising self and social awareness to nurture relationships and increase team performance
- Discuss the power of story telling and why this is the closest thing to a ‘silver bullet’ when it comes to fostering connection - emphasised with a nice little energiser!
- Provide some tools to become a great storyteller
- Identify my purpose
- Understand the importance of living a life led by purpose
- Understand the importance of raising EQ to increase team performance
- Understand why stories are a powerful tool for creating human connection
- Know how to craft an inspiring story
Anybody who would like to learn how to increase team performance by growing intimacy through rich interaction and understand how to leverage the power of story telling to connect at the human level
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