A great opportunity to meet interesting people, get a dose of inspiration from our guest speaker, have some drinks and nibbles and perhaps start to put the world to rights – all in lovely surroundings. This month we're closing the knowing doing gap around storytelling.
Not9to5 works with individuals and organisations who are aspiring to be less 9-to-5, offering consultancy, coaching and training to help them unlock the benefits of flexibility. With a focus on collaboration, we bring together people with different knowledge, skills and expertise who are able to find creative and innovative ways of working together.
Tickets are limited and just £25. Lucidity Network members can attend the event and bring a friend for free - make sure you use your special discount code when signing up!
Our guest speaker for September's event is Catherine Raynor, an expert in gathering stories that help deliver social change.
Storytelling is our most powerful communication tool, yet there is a knowing doing gap. Despite our innate storytelling skills, organisations are quick to revert back to the corporate slide deck, favouring facts and figures, and opportunities for powerful and impactful communications are lost. Join us on Tuesday 10 September and get some top storytelling tips from Catherine on how to make your organisation one that tells powerful stories including;
Join us on Tuesday 10 September, 6pm-8pm
If in the meantime you have any questions please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Catherine Raynor is a founding director of Mile 91 which specialises in story gathering and story management for charities and changemakers.
Her first taste of storytelling was in 2006 when she established VSO’s story gathering function. She has managed more than 40 story gathering visits to developing countries and numerous shoots in the UK. She also provides consultancy to charities looking to audit their story gathering systems and processes or to develop internal skills in storytelling.