Storytelling Beyond Your Comfort Zone at Jefferson University

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Storytelling Beyond Your Comfort Zone at Jefferson University

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As humans, we love hearing stories and sharing them. Stories have power for connection, especially between disciplines of training. In this introductory workshop, Jefferson University students learn how to identify, create, and deploy their personal narratives. Specific applications that will be discussed include telling a tale of problem-solving, networking, presentations, and leadership settings. Participants should expect to interact with each other and by the end of the session will have new skills and material. No prior formal storytelling training is required!
This Applied Storytelling client event is led by Dr. Neil Bardhan. Neil earned a Ph.D. in Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the University of Rochester and researched psycholinguistics in The Netherlands. He now works in science communication consulting, including as part of the improv science team. He is a company member at PHIT Comedy and with the improv group The N Crowd.


Storytelling For Businesses & Community Organizations

Applied StorytellingBring First Person Arts’ storytelling expertise to your business or community organization! We offer customizable programs, all rooted in the power of storytelling, to empower individuals, build community, and open up dialogue around meaningful issues.

irst Person Arts’ Applied Storytelling programs can take many forms — from a workshop that helps participants to make sense of trauma in their lives, to a raucous public program that celebrates life and laughter, our work always reflects the specific truths of the communities that we work with.

If you’d like to have us design an Applied Storytelling project for your group, please contact Neil Bardhan.


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10-12-2022 to


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