Ask. Listen. Tell.
Sharing our story with others is not always easy. In fact, getting to grips
with our own story can be a challenging and uncomfortable process.
Getting to know someone’s story can feel intimidating and awkward –
where do we start, what do we ask? We believe that there’s a simple way to
help us share in each other’s stories. It’s a framework called Ask. Listen. Tell.
By asking, listening and telling our stories, we can embark on a process of deepening our relationships. This resource can help guide you through how to use Ask. Listen. Tell. in your workplace and beyond.
- File size: 3.637 MB
- Format: pdf
- Length: 14 pages
- Language: English
- Publisher Name: Heartlines
- Date Published: May 31, 2021
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