WS IX: Story telling

  • 22 Oct 2013
  • 18:30 - 21:30
  • VIP Offices,47 Bd Saint-Michel, 1000 Brussels


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Story telling

Reinventing Yourself: Knowing & Using your Story in Today's Job Market.

Join professional storyteller Lisa Lipkin for an interactive workshop that will show you narrative strategies for finding and telling your most authentic and current story.

Why you need to attend:. We’re in the midst of a technology revolution and the rules of engagement are changing. On a daily basis we see company succession planning in disarray and new methods to identify and source talent externally.
 What this means for the individual is that you are more responsible for your own career than ever before. Career planning is an imperative for anyone with ambition, whether within your present organisation or with a new company.

About the workshop : Renowned storyteller, Lisa Lipkin, will help you identify your key strengths and core narratives as you tap into your personal story which will illuminate more fully who you are and what you bring to the corporate table. After a brief introduction on the value and power of storytelling, you will gain strategies for using your story for interviews, networking, pitch making, and presentations.

More about our speaker...

Lisa Lipkin

For over twenty-five years, Lisa Lipkin worked as a professional storyteller, writing and performing original works internationally, before founding Story Strategies (, a consultancy that helps organizations find and tell their authentic stories.

She has worked with a wide variety of organizations including Shell, Johnson ad Johnson, ABN AMRO, The Dutch Ministry of Defense, Morgan Stanley, and Rituals, among others, showing them how to use the power of narrative to persuade and engage listeners.

Her articles and stories have appeared in many publications including the New York Times Magazine, and the New Yorker. She is the author of Bringing the Story Home: the Complete Guide to Storytelling for Parents, and the editor of five books of American poetry.

She currently resides in Amsterdam.

Participation & how to reserve

The workshop is open to members and non-members. 

Drinks and some finger food will be provided. 

DATE:             Tuesday, 22 October 2013

TIME:             18:30-21:30


        VIP Offices, 47 Bd Saint-Michel, 1000 Brussels
       (click for map)


Members:           €15 
Non-members:  €30

Fees covers a part of the logistic costs. 

Pre-registration and pre-payment (preferably via PayPal) 
compulsory before 19 October 

ING 363-0307521-71
IBAN: BE49 3630 3075 2171 - BIC: BBRUBEBB

No-shows or cancellations after registration deadline will be invoiced - cancellations should be sent to (

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