We’ll look at a case study of story mapping work at Greenpeace International – a pirate communications exercise that shifted internal culture and external strategy, resulting in a set of “7 shifts” – navigational points that eventually found their way into the organisation’s ten-year strategy. And we’ll see how a story can turn the usually excruciating process of talking about mission or organisational change into a passionate, purpose-driven prospect that can actually be fun.
We’ll learn how to break an organisational or campaign story into a set of values – a moral – and a set of simple story elements that fit a timeless and easily understood story arc. And we’ll talk about how a simplified organisational or campaign story can help orient staff, shape strategy, and open up extremely useful conversations about how to tell and live the most powerful story you can.
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