Education and training are the most common solutions when we run up against a performance discrepancy—a situation where we are trying to get people to perform according to a set of standards, expectations, or rules and they are failing to do so. Continue Reading →
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Healing Stories from Survivors and Warriors #1
By Dr. Gerard Gibbons on July 14, 2013 0
The Anatomy of a Story: Dr. Gerard Gibbons, Visual Eyes Inc.
We’d like to show you an example of a small part of an emotive story that we’ve developed. Healing stories, like most stories, have three elements of plot: Conflict — which identifies the problem to be solved; Climax — the point of highest tension, — and Resolution.
In this clip you’ll see the conflict of a young veteran who is struggling with PTSD. Continue Reading →