Insight narratives that work
Storytelling is powerful. It is probably the most widely used and effective communication tool in human history.
So it is no surprise that this is currently the hot ticket within corporate Learning and Development.
However, at the IMA we often hear that Insight teams looking to develop storytelling skills are coming away without clear guidance on how to put it to practical use in relation to communicating Insight. This guide will demystify the process, and give practical tips on how we can all become Insight authors, Insight journalists and Insight editors.
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