Some people seem to be natural-born storytellers. If you're a learning professional and not a storyteller, that's okay. You can learn how to be one! This infographic, How Storytelling can Create Psychological Safety in the Virtual Classroom, will help you get started on fine-tuning your storytelling skills.
Research shows that the way we tell stories can impact the psychological safety of our employees. When we tell our stories we have the ability to create a culture of inclusion and a sense of belonging among today's remote workforce. Storytelling can help support team members who may be feeling isolated.
Inclusivity and a sense of belonging starts with building trust. Personal stories that show vulnerability can create a team culture which encourage trust, taking risks and support among team members.
Click below to download How Storytelling can Create Psychological Safety in the Virtual Classroom, which will walk you through how to work on your storytelling skills to empower remote workers and help them feel less isolated in today's new workforce environment.