Greetings from Leadership Story Lab! Thank you for your interest in the Story Lab session around Let the Story Do the Work!   

To register and help you get the most out of the reading and discussion, we have developed the following Prep Work, which includes reading a few chapters from Let the Story Do the Work. It should only take about 20 minutes total but will generate exponential return on the time you will invest in the upcoming virtual storytelling session.

Please note that we need to receive your responses to Part 2 by Monday, May 17th and completing the prep work secures your spot in the Story Lab.

The first come, first serve Story Lab sessions are scheduled monthly with the upcoming session on May 21st, 2021 from 12:00 - 1:00pm CST.  We look forward to hearing your story!

Warmly,
Leadership Story Lab Team

  • PART 1: Watch the following short video:

  • PART 2: Answer the following questions by Monday, May 17th to secure your spot in Story Lab.

  • Chapter 1 and 8 in Let the Story Do the Work is a great resource to help you get started!
  • A copy of your response will be emailed to you.

Questions about the Prep Work?

Please contact Sara Dennison at Sara.Dennison@LeadershipStoryLab.com.

Story Facilitators

One of our expert Story Facilitators is looking forward to hearing your stories!

Reena Story Lab Bio
Esther Story Lab Bio

Reena Kansal, Chief Operating Officer & Story Facilitator
Since 2012, Reena has helped leaders tell their stories to be more persuasive and engaging in their business communication. She has earned an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management and a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Esther Choy, President & Chief Story Facilitator
Esther coaches executives in storytelling techniques and helps them leverage the art and science of persuasive storytelling to create extraordinary opportunities. She served as an admissions officer for the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, and now teaches in the executive education programs at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management where she obtained her MBA.