Make Training Stick using Storytelling

  • Monday, January 28, 2013
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • 111 South King Street, Bank of Hawaii Building 5th Floor
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Make Training Stick using Storytelling With Hi'ilani Shibata

We all tell stories in ordinary day-to-day ways but what does it take to tell a story in a way that brings that story to life,
that makes characters talk and sing,
that transports a listener to that place in their imagination where the story entrances, entertains and inspires?
Join us as Hi'ilani shares with us

- Types of stories

- What do we learn from stories?

- Effective incorporation of stories into your training

- Secrets of a storyteller

- The deconstruction of a story


Hi’ilani Shibata

Hi’ilani Shibata, born and raised in Hilo on the island of Hawai’i.   She attended the University of Hawai’i at Mänoa and received a Baccalaureate of Arts in Hawaiian Language.  While attending the University of Hawai’i, she served as a program assistant for Kükamaile, a Hawaiian Language Immersion Curriculum Development Grant that encouraged her interest into the education field as well as taught her the basics of curriculum development and implementation.  She became a part-time Hawaiian Language teacher at Kailua Intermediate and then pursued a career in education with the Bernice P. Bishop Museum Education Department.  Hi’ilani, through the museum developed, implemented, and supervised the education programming for the Bishop Museum at Kälia at the Hilton Hawaiian Village.  She then served as the Education operations manager at the main campus of Bishop Museum for the past 8 years.  Last year for APEC 2011, Hiʻilani served as the lead cultural trainer for the training of over 3,000 community members statewide.    

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