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Team trainings

All our open training sessions can also be delivered for teams. Of course the programme can be modified to match the team’s learning requirements.

Please contact us to discuss the options. Some examples are available below:

  • Analytic Storytelling is a storytelling method for people working with complex content. As a researcher you have to collect, analyze, and structure complex information into a coherent story. But you also have to communicate your findings, be it in the form of a presentation, a paper, or funding application. Audiences can widely vary: from laymen in a TED Talk to policy makers to your scientific peers at a conference.

    Analytic Storytelling offers a step-by-step method that will help you deliver a clear and compelling message suitable for your situation. The method comprises analytical techniques to clearly structure your content and storytelling techniques from books, movies and theater to craft a compelling story.

    We offer tailor-made training or guidance, using your communication challenge as a starting point. Please contact TOP to discuss the possibilities.

    • The programme is tailor-made based on your communication challenge and learning goals. It can range from short workshops for a large group to multiple day training sessions for a small group.

      We always base the programme on a real-life communication case that you encounter.

      Typical subjects are:

      • Adapt your complex content to the interests and knowledge level of your audience.
      • Structure your content into a clear and coherent story
      • Provide an engaging context that makes your story meaningful for others
      • Use strong visuals and writing techniques to add attractive, lively and concrete story elements
    • The training will be given by one of the trainers of Analytic Storytelling. All the Analytic Storytelling trainers have a background in science or philosophy, project management, and storytelling. They combine analytic skills (clear thinking and argumentation) with experience in e.g. creative writing, animations, theater, or journalism.

    • This training is intended for all researchers who want to learn how to translate complex information into clear and compelling stories fine-tuned to your target audience(s).

  • Analytic Storytelling is a storytelling method for people working with complex content. As a policy worker, manager or other knowledge worker you work on complex topics. To achieve results you have to communicate via proposals, strategic plans, infographics, project plans, etc. Audiences can widely vary: from students to colleagues to the board of the university.

    Analytic Storytelling offers a step-by-step method that will help you deliver a clear and compelling message suitable for your situation. The method comprises analytical techniques to clearly structure your content and storytelling techniques from books, movies and theater to craft a compelling story.

    We offer tailor-made training or guidance, using your communication challenge as a starting point. Please contact TOP to discuss the possibilities.

     

    • The programme is tailor-made based on your communication challenge and learning goals. It can range from short workshops for a large group to multiple day training sessions for a small group.

      We always base the programme on a real-life communication case that you encounter.

      Typical subjects are:

      • Adapt your complex content to the interests and knowledge level of your audience.
      • Structure your content into a clear and coherent story
      • Provide an engaging context that makes your story meaningful for others
      • Use strong visuals and writing techniques to add attractive, lively and concrete story elements

       

    • The training will be given by one of the trainers of Analytic Storytelling. All the Analytic Storytelling trainers have a background in science or philosophy, project management, and storytelling. They combine analytic skills (clear thinking and argumentation) with experience in e.g. creative writing, animations, theater, or journalism.

    • This training is intended for all university staff members who want to learn how to translate complex information into clear and compelling stories fine-tuned to your target audience(s).