The introduction to the art of storytelling allows young storytellers to become aware of their body and non-verbal communication. By telling a story, they become more at ease in speaking and are attentive to the emotions and the five senses that they transmit to their audience. The objective is to get people on board and to let them go elsewhere by using both imagination and visualisation. The participant is also encouraged to listen to the other person's storytelling, and thus to develop empathy and curiosity. The right to make mistakes is favoured to give everyone the opportunity to take their place. The group facilitation techniques and storytelling games used bring out ideas and creativity.
💡 The aim of my interventions is to bring out ideas and implement a project that will arouse the support and motivation of everyone.
👂In all my interventions, I attach great importance to the other person both in qualitative interviews and in the workshops I lead.
💎What I value: what I can learn from the other, the right to make mistakes & creating an encouraging and motivating environment where everyone takes their place.