At the same time, the need for stories grew strongly. Because more than ever we need personal contact, precisely because reading each other's body language on a screen full of stamp boxes is no longer possible. Zoom, Teams and other platforms dominate how we interact with each other. These platforms are made for meeting, not telling. I expect the platforms to do something to make it more humane. Because even after 'corona' we will continue to zoom and use other platforms.
Theo Hendriks (storyteller, author and keynote speaker) I discussed the changes for their work in and for organizations with 11 storytelling experts. Below is a selection of the most important trends, focused on everything that has to do Whatsapp Number List the consequences of the corona time. Trend 1. Urgent need for a new story In a crisis you have to show what you are worth. And that also applies to organizations that discover that they can no longer continue as they were due to the corona crisis.
They are looking for new footing. This almost automatically means that they are also looking for a new story. That story should clarify who they really are and what they stand for. At the same time, organizations must adapt to circumstances that have changed radically. So look for new solutions. For many organizations this is not only the end of 'business as usual', but also a transformation into something else. A different revenue model, a different target group, a different raison d'être.