Category Archives: StoryWorks

Walk In Their Shoes

* Social reporting is a collaborative way of curating an event. Leaders and participants are all invited to contribute. The record may include words, images, links and video clips.* Anthropologists are fond of a technique called ‘participant observation’. You join … Continue reading

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Why Share Stories?

This novel opens with the heroine ‘distressing’ mince pies to pass them off as home-made. She’s trying to juggle career and family. The question you might ask me is not how, but why? StoryWorks launch party was a great success, … Continue reading

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Stories At Work

Ever since the first people sat around their campfires, we have told stories. People tell tales to explain events and to justify their actions. We see how one thing led to another, and wonder what might happen next. We learn … Continue reading

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