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Online: Useful Storytelling Techniques for Business (2 sessions)

Great ideas often go unexplored unless they can be communicated effectively. We all have a continuous need to reach our marketplace, to motivate our teams and to share the work that we do. Storytelling can help to achieve this.
Online: Useful Storytelling Techniques for Business (2 sessions)

Time & Location

Time is TBD
Online Meeting

About the Event

Details

Online Meeting - Video Conference. 

 This training has been split into two sessions: 

- Part 1: 12th Nov from 12.00 - 13:30 (90 minutes) 

- Part 2: 13th Nov from 12.00 - 13:30 (90 minutes) 

249 euros for members / 349 euros for non-members

(min. 4 participants) 

 

Overview

Great ideas often go unexplored unless they can be communicated effectively.  We all have a continuous need to reach our marketplace, to motivate our teams and to share the work that we do.  Storytelling can help to achieve this.  This one-day training can help you learn and practice techniques on how to harness stories creatively and effectively to capture the attention of the audience you seek to reach.  Join this session to build your own creative confidence and skills that you may find effective to create the powerful message you wish to create to captivate others.

Who should attend?

Business professionals who are looking to build their communication skills to reach others, internally & externally, and across any media (verbal, presentations, digital, written, visual). The program is suitable for participants from organisations of any size and of any industry. Teams are welcome.

Program Objectives 

1.  The story within ourselves

2.  The Magic Wand

3.  Why do I like this?

4.  Creative Confidence 

5.  Getting the story out

6.  Pitch your idea

7.  All media

8.  Techniques to Try Tomorrow

Training / Workshop Leader

Melissa Rancourt is a long-time educator for leaders, companies, universities and governmental institutions on the subject of innovation, creativity, storytelling and transformation.  For more than twenty-five years, she has worked to help organisations and individuals globally to develop their creativity and storytelling skills to share their work, expand their reach, and motivate their teams.  She addresses professional audiences at international conferences on business and societal subjects, recently speaking at the Cannes International Festival of Creativity and moderator of the creativity Podcast, Asking Out Loud.  She teaches storytelling courses throughout the EU Institutions. 

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