L&D Go Beyond Podcast: Instructional Story Design, with Rance Greene

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In this episode of L&D Go Beyond podcast, Amit Garg speaks with Rance Greene. Rance is an acclaimed story designer, author, and speaker. His book – Instructional Story Design , which we discuss extensively in the podcast, is a practical guide for developing stories that can train.

Rance firmly believes that training can be made more memorable and actionable with stories because of the ability of stories to deliver emotion. He has a lot of tips to share around story design for training and learning.

Here are the key discussion points from this podcast –

  • Why do stories work so well and what constitutes a good story
  • How to balance the story component with the #Instruction that we want to deliver
  • How to create relatable characters and strong conflict
  • Why do action lists matter and how can you create good action lists
  • Attributes and challenges of the 3 types of stories – fictional, non-fictional, and metaphors
  • Overcoming challenges for using stories in workplace learning

For detailed insights, tune into the podcast.

Watch this podcast on YouTube

Listen to the audio version: www.buzzsprout.com/1830336/10430314

Access all our podcasts here: www.upsidelearning.com/L&D-Gobeyond-Podcast.asp

Connect with Rance

Email: rance@needastory.com

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/rancegreene/

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