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      Ex Fabula Storytelling Skills for Product Workshop @Fall Experiment in Milwaukee


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      October 5, 2019

      Saturday   9:00 AM

      400 W. Wisconsin Avenue
      Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203

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      Ex Fabula Storytelling Skills for Product Workshop @Fall Experiment

      We are excited to offer workshops as part of the ProductCon track at Fall Experiment 2019! Workshop Details Personal stories have many applications within Product Management from better understanding end users’ problems and needs to selling your products and ideas. In this interactive workshop you’ll learn and practice effective storytelling skills – all in a low-pressure, small group setting.   At the end of the session, you’ll have a story that you can use in your work, techniques to continue polishing that story, and some concrete next steps that you can take to leverage the power of story as a Product Manager.   IMPORTANT: You must purchase a ticket to Fall Experiment to attend this workshop. Get your ticket here! More About the Instructors Since 2009, Ex Fabula has been connecting Milwaukee through real stories. Ex Fabula, which is Latin for “from stories”, presents storytelling workshops, Story Slams and Community Collaborations where people listen to each other, feel heard, and grow in empathy and understanding. Special projects like the Ex Fabula Fellowship, the Puente Project, and Equal Access use personal stories to address the factors that divide us, and Ex Fabula Radio on 89.7 WUWM extends the reach of powerful stories told by community members.  Aims McGuinness Aims McGuinness is an associate professor of history at UW-Milwaukee (UWM) and was named Ex Fabula's "Audience Favorite" for Seasons 5 (2014) and 6 (2015). He has taught storytelling with Ex Fabula since 2016 and participated in Ex Fabula's "Equal Access Project," a grant-supported project to foster the art of storytelling among individuals with disabilities. He is a recipient of the 2019 UWM Faculty Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching Award.       Rochelle Fritsch   Rochelle Fritsch is a lifelong Milwaukeean and blogger at The Late Arrival, which chronicles her experiences of being a wife, mom, and woman of color. She is a non-profit professional with over twenty years of fundraising experience and lives on Milwaukee’s south side with her husband, daughter and fur baby. 

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