Storytelling for Business

Stories can be powerful business tools, and successful leaders use them to engage their teams. So, if you want to motivate others effectively, you need to learn how to tell a good story. This one day workshop will take you through putting together and delivering presentations that engage, motivate and inspire your audience. Stories can change the way we think, act, and feel, capture our imaginations, illustrate our ideas, arouse our passions, and inspire us in a way that cold, hard facts often can’t.
Learn How To:
Apply a simple methodology, step-by-step, for creating unforgettable stories to use throughout your career.
Bring dry facts and figures to life by re framing them in ’real life’ context.
Build an emotionally resonant story for your brand, your team or for your vision-into-action stories for presentations.
Walk Away With:
A flexible skill set & a methodology to help you create impact through your story, time and again.
A course workbook that captures important insights from the course.
A completed story that you can share with others.
Who should attend?
The ‘Storytelling for Business Impact’ workshops are designed specifically for either those in leadership or sales roles; This course is for you if you need to craft and effectively present a compelling story about your organizations mission, products, influence change, or make a memorable & lasting impact.
Choose your delivery method

This course can be tailored to your specific requirements:

  • Bite size masterclass - (2-3hrs)
  • Virtual or classroom (max 6-8)
  • Topic deep dive 1-2 day workshop
  • Open enrolment or intact for your company
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