Mankind has always recognised the power of a story. Stories impact culture, behaviour and decision-making within teams. This workshop gives managers the building blocks to collecting, creating and sharing stories that will have impact.
On your business
As a result of this workshop participants will
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Everyone loves a good story – it’s hardwired into our brains. People who are skilled storytellers can use them to share a vision, inspire others, impact culture, help people achieve their potential and deliver key business messages in an engaging and memorable way. We all have the potential to be great storytellers. However, storytelling is about more than just reciting events… there is an art and a science to telling stories that create real impact.
In this virtual workshop, participants will learn some of the tools they can use to collect and tell compelling stories at work and beyond. They will discover the neuroscience of what makes stories so appealing and learn why stories are more impactful and more memorable than facts and figures alone. They will reflect on opportunities for storytelling in their workplace and identify an upcoming situation where they can use storytelling to create real impact.
Who will benefit?
Who want to use storytelling to inspire their team members and strengthen coaching moments.
Who want to share their vision, impact organisational culture, or inspire change.
who contribute to client meetings or presentations and wants to do so in an engaging, impactful, and memorable way.
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