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corporate audience has seen it all and suffered through most of it with respect to guest speakers and presenters.
They deserve to be engaged,entertained and enabled to make directional decisions for themselves both at and beyond their workplace.
They need a creative,humorous and memorable reminder that the way in which they communicate and the relationships they forge affect the business bottom line and their own.
The power of a good story is timeless-universal.Storytelling connects groups of people whilst galvanizing individuals.
Storytelling allows an audience to consider their personal circumstances without prescription or a definitive answer.
Storytelling can normalize and demystify personal events that may otherwise cause psychological distress.
By focusing on the importance of accurate communication and genuine relationships the conversions I share highlight the undisputed pillars of wholistic success-communications and relationships.
A non-prescriptive approach allows an audience to engage without fear of a ‘wrong’ answer or ‘dumb’ questions.Whilst a curated yet improvised style of storytelling clearly demonstrates to the audience that the conversation is personal (bespoke)-about ‘them’
In a world full of noise providing at least a window to share in ‘our’ reality (our stories) is invaluable to any business.
**Initial conversations should span approximately 2hrs to establish connection and in turn a relationship.
Subsequent conversations can be tailored to the audience accordingly (but an hour is generally manageable for all parties – students/staff/timetable/business)
**In order to best share a story the audience needs to be as close to the ‘campfire’ as possible – and free from any other form of distraction (internal or external) This also applies to one on one conversations.
**Off-site conversations are of great value as they not only provide a neutral environment they (potentially) act as a demonstration of investment (both of time and financially) which promotes a sense of personal/group value.