This workforce development review blog post focuses on storytelling as a key component of a compelling human capital strategy. Ponder how this strategy creates more professionally diverse and inclusive workplaces. Because co-created storytelling connects employees to one another. Rather than separates employees in departmental value silos.
When workforce development focuses on better serving each other, first, the workforce better serves employers and clients. Do you include storytelling as part of your HR hiring and onboarding strategy?
I offer you these three workforce development review blog posts, to better serve one another.
As an HR professional, how comfortable and conversant are you, when it comes to telling stories? Especially facilitating Voice of the Employee storytelling, which often uncovers employee experiences which make people feel marginalized, intimidated or excluded.
Storytelling serves as an engaging means of moving employees one millimeter forward, beyond how they currently define themselves. Instead, they develop skill sets critical to communicating and collaborating across the organization. As a result, co-created stories focus on what employees have in common, instead of what separates them.
As HR Professionals of Worth, move into what may be uncharted professional development waters. Consider the value of connecting your stories with your employees’ stories. As a result, discover how storytelling impacts employee hiring, onboarding, development and retention. Co-create a workforce invested in better serving one another.
Babette Ten Haken’s One Millimeter Mindset® Storytelling Speaking Programs, Workshops and Facilitation Services leverage storytelling for STEM professionals and left brain thinkers to catalyze employee and customer success and retention. She motivates individuals and teams to combine courage, curiosity and critical thinking skills to co-create compelling stories which inspire trust in one another. Especially in digitally transforming industries with STEM and left-brain stakeholders. Find out more about Babette’s professional story here.
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