Story Telling

DESIGNED FOR:

All managers who are involved in leading people.

AIM:

To introduce participants to the skills needed to gain maximum impact when delivering presentations or small team forums. To increase confidence in delivery, and personal impact.

 

OBJECTIVES:

  • Understand the importance of opening lines, starting a story and how to make it compelling
  • What the research is on positive to negative stories and morale in organisations
  • Learn why the 4 components of positive story telling are behind motivated organisations:
  • Emotion: Connecting with the listener
  • The “Why”: Understanding the importance of creating purpose in the story
  •  Audience: Know your audience and how to adapt the story to different levels within the organisation
  • Commonalities: Finding the importance of synergy in a story between the teller and listener

Description

WHAT’S INCLUDED:

  • How to structure a story – the beginning, middle and end
  • Identify key conflicts needed to make a story great
  • ‘Hooking’ your audience – getting and maintaining their interest
  • Develop a story that is appropriate for the identified need of the audience
  • Present with passion and respond appropriately the flow of the listener as you are telling your story
  • Recognise and use the key skills required to make an effective story

BENEFITS OF LEARNING:

When telling stories, we all want to appear engaging and purposeful, communicating in such a way that is inspiring and motivational. By using the skills and procedures explored on this event, even the most reluctant person will gain confidence in storytelling. 

DURATION:

1 day