Authentic & Vulnerable Storytelling in China’s Digital Age by Jan Kot

Authentic & Vulnerable Storytelling in China’s Digital Age by Jan Kot 480 480 Angeli Maduli

We live in a world of #GlobalizedCommunication. When the world is falling apart and everyone is counting on the help of something or someone who is genuine. In a world where face-to-face communication is not an option anymore and one does not know where to put all their trust, in that world authenticity is the #key. #AuthenticCommunication happens via good storytelling. Stories have been at the core of our human experience, the tool we use to shape our identities and make sense of events and the world around us. Good storytelling can be key to building emotional connections, to bring out the vulnerabilities. It helps people to connect with the speak on a very human level. With the rapid advancement of #digital reality, we appear to be at the beginning of a new era in storytelling In our last #TCPLive on “East vs West: How to utilize Media for Executive Influence?”, Jan Kot, cross-culture storytelling coach, emphasized how important authentic and vulnerable storytelling is in China’s digital age. Catch up on the full #TCPLive on “East vs West: How to utilize Media for Executive Influence?”

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