Empowering Storytelling Mentorship

Signers of the Declaration of Independence Zette Harbour storyteller

This ability to inform, inspire and motivate others toward a common vision is key to living life as an empowered and empowering individual.

Visionary leaders have all understood and mastered the power of storytelling.

Those who are fluent in Story will easily adapt this fundamental tool to the field of endeavor in which they find themselves. This mentorship builds leaders from the ground up. Students learn how to present themselves, speak in front of groups, master the art of oratory, and, gain confidence and poise.

“Storytelling is more than an essential set of tools to get things done: it’s a way for leaders – wherever they may sit – to embody the change they seek.”

Steve Denning, Why Leadership Storytelling Is Important, Forbes, June 8, 2011

The reality is that developing the next generation’s leaders is a task of pressing importance.

Douglas A. Ready, How Storytelling Builds Next-Generation Leaders, MIT Sloan Management Review, Summer, 2002

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