This month, the focus is on conversations. Conversations with collaborators, partners, service providers, participants and readers. We have realised that though conversation is essential, it is not always easy. Especially when we want the meaning to be conveyed in the simplest of ways.
So we would like to share with you what we know of communication and conversations.
There’s a big difference between the written and the spoken word. So, what we would have said is not what we should be writing. In this age of social media, this lesson become even more relevant.
The best communication is still the one that uses simple words and short sentences.
Tone of the conversation can make or break any collaboration or relationship.
If what needs to be communicated is difficult, find 2-3 ways of saying it. Then choose the most amicable way.
Empathise with your audience, reader, listener. What would you have understood if you were on the receiving end of this communication?
Timing is important. Ask yourself, if it is the right time for the communication to happen.
If it’s a f2f conversation, keep your devices away. If it’s a conversation, where lots of information is conveyed, keep a pen and paper handy.
Conversation can not be one-sided. Speak as well as listen well.
The focus is on conversation, and we have 2 upcoming events that allow it.
We are having a catch up session for the Story of Me participants. This is where we extend our support circle and revisit the goals. It’s a fun session with lots of chatter, where the participants share their stories of both success & failures.
For those who have missed being part of the workshop, do note the next schedule.
Read more about the workshop here
Contact us: email@example.com
Sequel was founded just over an year ago with the aim to offer services that relied on creativity, Psychology and language. We wished to do it through a collaborative approach and since we are trained in Positive Psychology, we wished to bring the concepts from Positive Psychology to everything that we did. As we look back, it’s with immense satisfaction of having walked the talk.
Over the year, we have conceptualised new ideas and managed events through collaborations. We have reached out to people from different walks of life and brought them together for meaningful and creative interactions. We have designed and run workshops for both kids and adults (where not just creativity and language was emphasised, but self-esteem was nurtured too). We have written blogs and web copies, strategised contents and supported causes through our ideas, presence and volunteering efforts. We have also met teens and adults to talk through difficult times, to discover potentials or to just provide a listening ear through our affordable mentoring sessions.
Here’s a glimpse of the year that was.
We continue our interview series & articles for various publications
Working with Creativity & Empathy
Content & Strategy
Workshops & Coaching #adults
Empathy Talk/ Sharing
Educational & Empowering Projects
Workshops & Coaching #adults
We have many more things planned for the next year. We are adding a new location for our Speech & Drama classes in the west, we are continuing our ongoing The Story of Me workshops for adults, and we are conceptualising and creating more wellness programmes. We are also assisting more organisations in their communication needs through our writing services and consultancy services.
When you add Psychological concepts to language skills and rely on creative tools like storytelling and drama to understand nuances of human interactions, you get an access to resource that’s powerful, insightful and effective. That’s what Sequel provides. We bring to you our diverse resource platforms and our genuine interest to make a positive difference. To know more about our services, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to drop in for a chat!
We are looking forward to the new year & here’s wishing you all a very healthy and happy 2019!
We had the opportunity to collaborate with artist, Ziyue Chen, and we loved her work. She is an inspiration and we believe that stories of inspiration should be shared. We wrote about her too. We hope that parents with children who are differently abled will be able to find courage, hope and reassurance in this story full of colours. Read the article here
Artist & Inspirations
Once in a while, you find inspirations when you least expect them. These little stories remind you that life is full of possibilities. All you need to do is notice. I have always been fascinated by people who express through words, colours and artistic forms. Their stories, if inspirational, have that additional beauty, which the […]