WCU workshop to combine business strategy, storytelling

“Telling Your Story,” a workshop that combines business management, marketing, entrepreneurial activity and economic strategies with the art of storytelling, will be offered from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15, in the Cordelia Camp Building at Western Carolina University.

Participants will learn how storytelling is one of the most important tools that entrepreneurs and nonprofit managers have at their disposal. The workshop will emphasize participant interaction, and assignments and activities will be designed to strengthen students’ researching, reading, presenting, communication and writing skills.

The session will be led by Tim Hall, director of the Storytelling Center in Bryson City, who has been involved in theater, writing and storytelling for more than 50 years.

Cost is $59 per person, which includes a networking lunch. 

learn.wcu.edu or 828.227.7397.

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