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

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

Stories help people to make your case for you.

We have a saying “Every presentation is a story well told”.  We have heard many thousands of presentations but can only remember the stories.

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by Sally Clare

The pulling power of stories

As push strategies of over promising and bragging lose traction, marketers have turned to the pull tactics of
effective storytelling.

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by Barry Graham

“The Infinite Game” – Simon Sinek

Simon Sinek is passionate about companies needing to value their people more – to put them first. Because when they do, employees are more committed to the company’s vision and are much happier.

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by Barry Graham

How to be successful

There’s a new book just been published called “The Class Ceiling” by Sam Friedman & Daniel Laurison. www.goo.gl/gC5QZk  In it they argue that the class ceiling nowadays is more about your ‘fit and polish’ to be ‘just like us’ than money, contacts and schooling.

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by Sally Clare