The power of bad

Date of publication: September 16, 2020

Abstract:

Do we really remember the times we felt good more evocatively than the moments where we struggled? It's a question that goes to the heart of research and insight. Are we more likely to act on bad news or good? And if it's the former, how can we frame that bad news so that it inspires rather than depresses, so that it compels us to take positive action rather than resort to defensiveness? Join this presentation if you want to disrupt your thinking and adopt a newsroom mentality by using storytelling techniques to help with transformative writing.

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