After testing with 100’s of participants, gathering facilitator feedback, iterating through a dozen versions of changes and debating every minute detail of the game, we’re finally there! Our new and improved version of Who You Are Matters! represents a massive leap forward. Read on for the specific changes and upgrade options.
Storytelling seems simple enough. You might envision a few people listening intently to each other around a campfire. Maybe you see a parent and child sharing a picture book. A great Ted Talk might stand out in your mind. As narrative career practitioners, when we ask clients to tell us a story, it’s not that simple.
Storytelling is at the heart of Narrative Assessment. It’s powerful. It’s proven. And it can be hard to explain. Learn how to encourage clients to share their experiences with this clear & effective answer to the common question "what's a story?".
Picture this: you’re sitting with a client and your favourite thing happens - the lightbulb moment. It’s like a flash goes off in their mind and they have a great idea, a gut-check realization, a truthbomb drop.
How are you capturing these moments as they happen? How are you helping your clients reflect on these flashes?
How can we support clients, through narrative assessment, to reflect on their stories in a systematic way, as a legitimate form of input into career counseling, advising or coaching?
Dream Big! Find Your Bliss & the Money Will Follow! Love Your Job & Never Work a Day in Your Life!
As career development and helping professionals, how do these phrases make you feel? Gross? Enraged? Sad?
How can we use the power of positive psychology alongside realistic goal setting for our clients?
What would happen if your boss told you to "go play" right now? What would you actually do? Most of us have lost touch with what feels playful. And, even though most workplaces acknowledge that a culture of innovation and collaboration are boosted by play, they have no idea where to begin.
Here are tangible, easy tips for overcoming resistance to play at work and introducing play into your client sessions.