You can give a presentation that’s a dazzling display of your vast intellectual knowledge, but when all is said and done, people remember the stories. Don’t confuse storytelling with speaking in the narrative. Delivering the narrative around a set of facts is not storytelling – just basic good communication. Don’t confuse storytelling with delivering case studies. Stories are more powerful when they make a point. In business a story must always make a point. And the audience must always understand that point.
This workshop will equip delegates with the persuasive tools to write a compelling message and deliver it with credibility and conviction to a conference audience.
Great conference speakers stand out for being entertaining, relevant, thought-provoking and confident storytellers. They have the expertise and know-how but also the creativity and communication skills to write a strong message – one that they have total belief in and which they are enthusiastic about delivering. They weave their knowledge and experiences and touch the hearts and minds of their audience.They show they are in-tune with their audience and can deliver the right message for that day.