Story Telling Coaching

How to Tell a Story That Everyone in the Audience Will Remember

How would you like to tell a story that everyone in the audience will remember?

Many presenters tell stories at their workshops. Most of these stories are entertaining. Unfortunately, many have nothing to do with the topic.

Participants attend your workshop to learn something about the topic. If you tell stories that have nothing to do with the topic, they will feel that you are wasting their time.

Managers launching paper planes

Managers telling stories with paper planes.

It has been said that next to hunger and thirst, our most basic human need is for storytelling.

Kahlil Gibran

To deliver a good story, you need to use story structures to build your story, use appropriate language and gestures, and deliver your story with humour and impact.

Learn how to tell a story that your audience will remember. A powerful story that is well told will connect you with clients, colleagues and customers.

What you will achieve

By the end of the coaching sessions, you will be able to:

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Create and tell a great story that the audience will remember.

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Use drama and emotions to connect with the audience.

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Improve your ability to influence the audience.

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Increase your poise, presence and confidence.

What you will learn

At the coaching sessions, you will learn how to:

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Create compelling stories that will sell your idea or product.

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Link your openings, closings and transitions.

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Create characters in your story that the audience can relate to.

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Build drama that will keep the audience engaged.

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Make boring technical information come alive.

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Engage the audience with interactive dialogues.

Who should attend

Managers, executives and business professionals who want to learn how to tell stories that produce results.