An online, interactive and practical workshop to help you find your story and communicate with confidence and authenticity to win hearts and influence minds.
Any company, business or professional requires a narrative to communicate who they are, why they exist and what they seek to accomplish. Storytelling is essential to leverage your value, secure capital, build a team or establish company culture. Dr Ghina Halabi, space scientist and storyteller, offers a dynamic workshop to help you weave tales out of this world. You will explore how storytelling can transform your business and amplify your impact through proven communication techniques.
The workshop provides powerful narrative tools and templates to stand out, own your story and harness its power to bring the change you want to see in the world. Through interactive hands-on exercises, the session helps you unpack the story architecture to communicate on solid foundations. Participants will be working with their own stories and getting peer feedback.
You will also get the chance to network and tell your stories over facilitated breakout sessions.
EnterpriseWOMEN is an outcome-driven and highly-focused programme. The workshops are tailored for early-stage women entrepreneurs who are starting or scaling their businesses. Registration is essential.
09:30-09:45 Chair’s welcome, Dr Ghina M. Halabi 09:45-10:40 Finding Your Story 10:40-10:50 Q&A and Break 10:50-11:30 Story Architecture: Communicating on Solid Foundations 11:30-11:55 Networking & storytelling 11:55-12:00 Wrap up
Dr Ghina M. Halabi, EnterpriseWOMEN
Dr Ghina Halabi is an astrophysicist and social entrepreneur leading EnterpriseWOMEN at Cambridge Judge Business School’s Entrepreneurship Centre. Previously, she was a research scientist at the Institute of Astronomy and Junior Research Fellow at Wolfson College, University of Cambridge. She is a fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society and European Astronomical Society.
Ghina is Founder and Managing Director of She Speaks Science, a social enterprise that gives women and minorities in STEM a platform to promote their work, make science accessible and inspire the next generation of scientists with storytelling. Ghina also advised the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs UNOOSA on the setting up and execution of “UN Space for Women Champions Network” and sits on the advisory board for Public Engagement at the University of Cambridge.
Ghina consults and leads training workshops on academic and business storytelling, and is a physical theatre practitioner. She is a public speaker at international conferences and global forums including UN Women, UNOOSA and TEDx and is featured in mainstream media including BBC Future and various podcasts.