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Storycrafting

Whether for personal growth, relationship building, or team leadership, knowing your story and how to share it will change the way you interact with the world. As you share these stories, you help others learn from your experiences and establish meaningful human connections. By learning how to reflect on your past, you are better equipped to engage your future. Storytelling encourages collaborating with individuals and organizations alike. By developing the story of your organization, you can improve customer relations, employee engagement, and management styles. It is important to craft your story in a way that lets you share it effectively because, as the late poet Maya Angelou said, "People will forget what you said, but they will never forget how you made them feel." If your story can invoke emotion within your audience, audience members will connect to your product and message.

Publications

Face-to-Face Storytelling

WC217/AEC555 by Brandon Telg, Jaron Jones, and Ricky TelgOctober 3rd, 2018

Letting Them In: Sharing Your Story with People outside of Your Industry

WC216/AEC554 by Brandon Telg, Jaron Jones, and Ricky TelgOctober 3rd, 2018

Story Development

WC215/AEC553 by Brandon Telg, Jaron Jones, and Ricky TelgOctober 3rd, 2018

Storytelling through Social Media

WC218/AEC556 by Brandon Telg, Jaron Jones, Ricky Telg, Becky Raulerson, and Olivia DoyleDecember 6th, 2021A UF/IFAS numbered Fact Sheet. in support of UF/IFAS Extension program: ==Special Handling==

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