20 years of storytelling for business by international trainers and storytellers Speakers' Corner
International trainers and storytellers
Celebrating 20 years of helping delegates in 29 countries make an impact

Storytelling for Business: "Facts tell. Stories sell"

When you tell a story, you bring your ideas to life.

Our 1 day Storytelling workshop provides a step guide to crafting stories and builds the confidence to use these stories to deliver impactful and memorable messaging.

In 20 years we have developed other outstanding workshops:

Selling Ideas Persuasive Presentations Conference Speaking Our One-to-one Coaching

Delegates tell us how much they benefit from two trainers in every workshop (Barry and Sally), meaning they get two objective perspectives on their stories and presentations.

Barry Graham and Sally Clare of Speakers' Corner

Latest Blog Posts

Who services your beach?

We were in Turkey last month seeing some old Turkish advertising friends and had a short break in a Radisson Blu Hotel in Cesme (near Izmir on the Aegean). The weather was perfect 30 degrees with a sea breeze. The first day we went to the beach before the crowds and found a hotel employee […]

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by Barry Graham

Silence speaks volumes

We were asked a question by a young delegate who was attending an agency European get together in London. She asked: “How do I get their attention when I stand up to speak when most of them are chatting amongst themselves?” We told her not to attempt to speak until the room was quiet and […]

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by Barry Graham

Do you ever admit your mistakes?

We have often quoted the Red Arrow Story about the way they conduct debriefing after every flight. It is not the Squadron leader that delivers the review but rather a different member of the team each time. Each pilot has to learn to analyse and deliver constructive criticism – yes even tell the leader that […]

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by Sally Clare

Follow your heart

One of our key pieces of advice we give our delegates is to speak from the heart. It doesn’t matter how intelligent or knowledgeable you are, if you don’t engage your audience from your heart felt opinion you will fail to connect and persuade. So we were very interested to read about how important this […]

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by Sally Clare

Making a ‘thank you’ work – How to better open a speech.

You must grab your audience’s attention within the first 20 seconds.

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by Barry Graham

How to disagree in a helpful way.

Our capacity to disagree on the whole helps us to reason better. It helps us to rationalise our strongest case. Without disagreement there can be no expression of your ideas.

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by Sally Clare