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Author Chat With Rance Greene

Friday, May 29, 2020 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Rance Greene, Story Designer, needastory.com

Join Rance Greene, author of the new ATD Press book Instructional Story Design: Develop Stories That Train, for a virtual author chat about how instructional designers can incorporate story design into their work. Greene will discuss how his three principles of story design align with the steps in ADDIE and share his experiences as a story designer. There will also be opportunities for attendees to ask questions and share their experiences. This discussion will bring value to those who have already read Instructional Story Design as well as those who are new to story design.

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Rance Greene
Rance Greene

Story Designer, needastory.com

Rance Greene comes to the talent development field with a backdrop in theater, choreography, art, and music. He is a playwright, song writer, and story writer. His connection of instructional design to story design has made him a sought-after speaker and consultant. He formed needastory.com to help talent development professionals and leaders understand their audiences and what they are asking them to do. His presentations are noted for their lively interactions, practical skill-building, and, of course, stories. He involves audiences and students by asking them to think, respond, analyze, and discover that they are the best storytellers for their audience. Greene is privileged to serve beside some of the best talent development professionals in the industry as president of ATD Dallas. He is the author of Instructional Story Design, a practical handbook for designing stories for training, published by ATD Press.


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