Storytelling talking the walk

HOW YOUR STORY WILL OUTGROW YOUR POWERPOINT

This is for you, leaders. Keep talking the walk, keep telling your story. To engage, inspire and motivate your people. Learn how to select the right story, structure it, and tell it in a compelling way. Everyone can capture an audience!

Your 5 burning questions?
— Question 1 —
The purpose of a team/organization/project is a crucial motivator. Does it lack attention or gets lost in the hustle and bustle (#survive) of daily work?
— Question 2 —
Is your organization facing challenging times? Do you miss purpose and a binding factor?
— Question 3 —
What story lies hidden in your brain? How can you trigger these stories with which you capture the audience?
— Question 4 —
You don't want just another training in presentation skills? You want to make the crucial switch in wanting and being able to look differently at facts?
— Question 5 —
Do you aspire renewal in your organization, and as a consequence create totally new narratives?

Audience

Storytelling helps you anticipate, really grasp the attention and engage stories as a binder in your organization.

Storytelling is deliberately and sparingly using a powerful tool for persuasion. In particular if you take up a leading role:

  • Business leaders / Managers
  • Team- or projectleaders

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Our Program Building blocks

You will learn both by telling stories ànd listening to them. Your journey starts with a storytelling exercise upfront, to get you warmed up for ‘the real work’.

  • A good story stimulates the mind
  • One story does not fit all
  • From anecdote to compelling story
  • The secret recipe for a good story
  • Seize your listeners’ attention
  • Tell your story… over and over again

Facing your next (or first) public storytelling moment, you get a 1 on 1 video call to check your story with our expert.

Storytelling is about sustainably influencing behaviour. If you too genuinely want to change people's mindset and ignite action, talk the walk!

Kris Govaert, Bean mechanic