Don't be satisfied with stories, how things have gone with others. Unfold your own myth. - Rumi
Vasco da Gama before Zamorin of Calicut by Veloso Salgado-1898
CERTIFICATE PROGRAM IN
Empower with Storytelling - 3 Months Part Time
Since before internet was created, people have told stories. Storytelling is a 3000-year-old communication tool. We painted on cave walls, carved pictures into trees, sorted images out of rocks, sang songs, danced, told stories ... the best of those stories being passed down from generation to generation.
What are those best stories and how are they created?
Whatever your goal, whether to initiate social change, educate, train, make a sale, or make a friend, the people who are best at it are the ones who can tell a story that makes you sit up, listen, and understand. The best storytellers' messages are heard. People are wired to respond to stories. Unfortunately, there are good ways and bad ways to tell stories – and if you tell stories poorly, you'll lose your audience's interest.
So how do you tell a good story while communicating?
Some of the biggest leaders, trainers and educators have used storytelling as an important tool to connect every thought, intent and an idea across the boundaries. It knows no differences of time and economic status. it connects with all. What exactly makes a great storyteller? And how can you become one is the journey we will travel with you in this program.
Join this program to understand and explore with us
- How to tell a story?
- What makes a story powerful?
- To use storytelling as a unique way of leadership, training, education and strategy.
- Become a master storyteller in your domain by developing and fine-tuning your content, body, language and personal style?
- A parent that can communicate more effectively with stories.
This way a member of this program will explore the wonderful world of storytelling and story creation with us.
Who is eligible for this programme?
The one who is looking forward to making a career in Storytelling and has the fire inside it to ignite it inside others too.
- Trainers and Educators
- Entrepreneurs and Business Leaders
- Team Leaders and Professionals
- Content Writers
- Personality Development Experts
- Players and Athletes
History of Storytelling
Types of storytelling styles
How to write a story
Storytelling and You: Body, Movement, rhythm, voice and the story
Design forms and story
One of the Below
Storyteller as an educator or trainer
Storyteller as a parent or performer
Story as a content strategy
12 weekends from 11 am to 3 pm: 96 hours of CONTACT CLASSES
Lectures, studio classes, seminars, sessions, meets, mentors, attend storytelling walks and theatre, Visit NSD, IIMC, meet other storytellers, analyse other storytellers pedagogy.
As it is a weekend program, the contact hours will be on weekend and you will be given exercises and tutorials notes to read and see and practice during the week.
Who will benefit?
- Those seeking to understand the story as a self-growth tool
- Those who want to become successful storytellers.
- Those who want to learn contemporary educators and trainers
- Those who want to learn creative writing and make a story as their tool
This course will equip young minds with contemporary business skills and open paths in:
- RJ n VJ
- Web content writer
- Creative writer
An interview and writing assessment
22,250/- INR or USD 328
A well-renowned storyteller and filmmaker. She has performed as a storyteller in various colleges, corporate and also at festivals like Kumaon literature festival, Jaipur Literature Festival and many more
A design educator and corporate trainer for more than 20 years. She is an alumni of FTII and NID.
Vikram Jeet Rooprai
Hi, I am a Heritage Activist turned Digital Marketing consultant, who is trying to redefine the way we look at our past. Walking on the pat of Individual Social Responsibility (ISR), I try to develop avenues, that can encourage informed community participation in cultural evolution.
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