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More Tales for Trainers is an introduction to using stories, anecdotes, metaphors and poetry to give training programmes more impact. It includes 50 tales that trainers can use in a variety of training such as communication, leadership, and problem-solving.

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More Tales for Trainers: Using Stories and Metaphors to Influence and Encourage Learning by Margaret Parkin

In More Tales for Trainers, Margaret Parkin presents a further 50 stories, anecdotes, metaphors and poetry, which any trainer or manager can readily use to encourage and engage learners. Beginning by setting the use of stories in learning on a sound theoretical footing, the book goes on to include sample stories that trainers can use to address a number of learning and development needs. The stories cover all the key areas in organizational training, including: leadership, communication and change.

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"Parking's storytelling shows that it is not only the province of children and can be used to provide useful metaphors for the workplace." --People Management
"Margaret Parkin has become the best known storyteller in the corporate world." --Stephanie Sparrow, Training Zone
..".a recommended college-level pick for any collection seeing popularity with the prior guide. It describes storytelling's use as a tool for problem solving and sharing knowledge at the adult level, surveying a trainer's routines and delivering advice on how to use storytelling to acheive maximum impact. Any interested in business or educational training options need this survey!" -- Midwest Book Review"

"Parking's storytelling shows that it is not only the province of children and can be used to provide useful metaphors for the workplace." --People Management

"Margaret Parkin has become the best known storyteller in the corporate world." --Stephanie Sparrow, Training Zone

..".a recommended college-level pick for any collection seeing popularity with the prior guide. It describes storytelling's use as a tool for problem solving and sharing knowledge at the adult level, surveying a trainer's routines and delivering advice on how to use storytelling to acheive maximum impact. Any interested in business or educational training options need this survey!" -- Midwest Book Review

About Margaret Parkin


Margaret Parkin is Founder and Principal of Success Stories. She has worked with individuals, groups and major organizations for over 20 years, helping them with her innovative and refreshing approach to training.

Table of Contents


    • Chapter - 00: Introduction;
  • Section - ONE: Once upon a time ...;
    • Chapter - 01: Stories and learning;
      • - - 1: How the role of the trainer has changed;
      • - - 2: Informal learning;
      • - - 3: Introducing stories;
      • - - 4: Whole-brain learning;
      • - - 5: How does storytelling help the learning process?;
      • - - 6: Metaphor: the key to the unconscious;
      • - - 7: Choosing the `right' metaphor for learning and change;
      • - - 8: The limitations of metaphors;
      • - - 9: To sum up...;
    • Chapter - 02: How stories influence;
      • - - 1: Why do we tell stories?;
      • - - 2: How stories influenced us as children and still do today;
      • - - 3: Story versus facts and figures;
      • - - 4: How to influence, motivate and mobilize using stories;
      • - - 5: To sum up...;
    • Chapter - 03: Sharing the story;
      • - - 1: `Careless talk costs lives';
      • - - 2: Organizational stories and their effects;
      • - - 3: Storytelling or corporate propaganda?;
      • - - 4: Stories provide social proof;
      • - - 5: Stories define organizational culture;
      • - - 6: Metaphor and culture;
      • - - 7: Stories to illustrate organizational values;
      • - - 8: Managing the grapevine;
      • - - 9: Knowledge sharing using storytelling;
      • - - 10: Learning histories;
      • - - 11: To sum up...;
    • Chapter - 04: Telling the tale;
      • - - 1: Where and when (and when not) to incorporate story into the learning process;
      • - - 2: Using stories as part of an induction programme;
      • - - 3: Using stories before a training session;
      • - - 4: Unfinished stories and nested stories;
      • - - 5: Using stories for group discussion;
      • - - 6: Using stories for illustrative purposes;
      • - - 7: Using stories for evaluation;
      • - - 8: Ending the day with a story;
      • - - 9: Using different types of story for different effects;
      • - - 10: How to find stories;
      • - - 11: Telling the tale - incorporating the storyteller's skills;
      • - - 12: Bring the story alive through use of voice;
      • - - 13: Non-verbal communication;
      • - - 14: Don't think you have to be perfect;
      • - - 15: To sum uP
  • Section - TWO: And then one day;
    • Chapter - 01: Enlightening tales;
      • - - 1: Nasrudin and the tigers;
      • - - 2: In the hands of destiny;
      • - - 3: Worlds apart;
      • - - 4: The chess set;
      • - - 5: Beating the drum;
      • - - 6: The rich and the poor;
      • - - 7: Lauren Luke: changing the face of beauty;
      • - - 8: The doctor's remedy;
      • - - 9: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz;
      • - - 10: The real king;
      • - - 11: The town mouse and the country mouse;
      • - - 12: Learning to learn;
      • - - 13: Sunetha's story;
      • - - 14: Remember the small things;
      • - - 15: Black and white pebbles;
      • - - 16: The power of influence;
      • - - 17: The elves and the shoemaker;
      • - - 18: Hidden treasures;
      • - - 19: The princess and the pea;
      • - - 20: Is that it?;
    • Chapter - 02: Cautionary tales;
      • - - 21: The goose that laid the golden eggs;
      • - - 22: Premature birth;
      • - - 23: Black spot and green slime;
      • - - 24: For the want of a nail;
      • - - 25: The vain prince;
      • - - 26: Narcissus and Echo;
      • - - 27: Monkey business;
      • - - 28: Mother's special voice;
      • - - 29: The fox and the grapes;
      • - - 30: The woman who lived with Fear;
      • - - 31: WarGames;
      • - - 32: Poverty and wisdom;
      • - - 33: The dog and the bone;
      • - - 34: It makes you think;
      • - - 35: Dilemma tales;
      • - - 36: Carly's story;
      • - - 37: The little red hen;
      • - - 38: The Lord will provide;
      • - - 39: Watch the borders;
      • - - 40: The manager who succumbed to a staff attitude survey;
    • Chapter - 03: Happy endings;

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GOR005900618
More Tales for Trainers: Using Stories and Metaphors to Influence and Encourage Learning by Margaret Parkin
Margaret Parkin
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Kogan Page Ltd
2010-10-03
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0749460857
9780749460853
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