Replying to LO26616 --
Hello Mark and other kind readers and writers of the like kind,
Use some of the original Pooh stories (not the ones by Walt Disney)
On the other hand: let people tell (or collect) their own stories: then
they experience learning to be open and collaborate themselves. You might
collect some before hand and start to tell them. Also, people could
prepare a story in small groups, using pictures, sounds, coloured labels
and then tell it using these materials. A pciture is also a good way to
"store" the "story".
Mark Spain wrote:
> Does anyone know of any effective, inspiring short stories to read out
> loud to a team of people learning to be open and to collaborate powerfully
> with each other? I am seeking to create a collection of stories to help
> facilitate organisational learning and change in a respectful way.
With kind regards - met vriendelijke groeten,
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