Storytelling

Diverse Voices | A workshop with Noa Baum in Jerusalem

The American Center cordially invites you to a workshop on Diverse Voices: Storytelling to Build Community and Collaborative Teamwork U.S.-Israeli storyteller and author Noa Baum will explore with you the power of storytelling as both a tool for community-building and for creating collaborative, high-performance teams. Together you will discover how the experience of telling and being […]

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What happens when we tell stories and why it is so powerful

The first time I experienced storytelling, I cried. It was during the second year of the storytelling course I attended. For a long time I thought the tears appeared because we started telling personal stories. Many people believe a personal story is more moving, real, what they call “authentic”. Today, I understand the tears were

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Trying to hack storytelling is another way of avoiding storytelling

After observing the buzz through the past years, reading everything between the tacky copy-paste “tell a story” and elaborate dissecting concepts, I have a few simple conclusions: It’s about trying to force existentialism into the scientific method and it’s not working. It’s all a colossal waste of time. It’s simply another way of avoiding storytelling.

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