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

Team work – together we are so much stronger – and happier.

What’s your culture? An anthropologist is visiting the Ubuntu tribe in Africa and suggests a game to the children. He places a basket of sweets near a tree and makes the children stand some 100 metres away. He then announces that whoever reaches the tree first would get all the sweets in the basket. Then […]

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by Barry Graham

Headlining – the way to get your audience’s attention – every time.

If you want to get your audience’s attention learn to Headline. It’s no different from the way an Editor approaches their newspaper. Every article demands a headline that will grab attention but at the same time says something about what is to follow in the article. So employ the same tactic when you speak. What […]

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by Sally Clare

After you’ve eaten (for those who are lost for an opening story).

If you’ve got to make a speech and you’re looking for an opening story – here’s a favourite of ours.

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by Sally Clare

Feel the fear and do it anyway.

Every time Steve Jobs was faced with a big choice, he always asked himself, “What would I do if this was the last day of my life?”

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by Barry Graham

Start strong

Without a catchy headline to a news article, your attention is not drawn to read it.

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by Barry Graham

Too focused to think clearly

Sometimes we can become so fixated on the end goal that we forget to look up and see what’s happening around us. Tunnel vision can limit our potential.

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by Sally Clare