What you've learned from your experiences continues to shape your life and influence your decisions. By sharing what you've learned, others can learn, too, and may be more willing to share their own lessons. But how do you create a compelling story out of a few memories and anecdotes? In this webcast, we'll apply theories from the book StoryTraining: Selecting and Shaping Stories That Connect to transform an experience into a lesson, then into a story that facilitates connections between the facilitator, the learners, and the material. You'll also gain templates and strategies for creating your own stories. By the end of this webcast, you'll know how to: - Mine your memories for experiences. - Identify a few key lessons from your experiences that will benefit others. - Construct a story based on your lessons that will clarify your message and encourage learners, clients, and peers to share their stories.