Storytelling For Business
Storytelling For Business
Wed, May 29th 2019, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST
Mon, June 24th 2019, 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST
Wed, June 26th 2019, 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM EST
LOCATION: 50 Milk Street Boston, MA 02109
Must register in advance. Tickets are non-refundable.
Facts alone cannot inspire and move people to action. Great leaders understand how to use the power of storytelling to connect, influence and relate with their audience. No matter if you have to fundraise, gain new clients, motivate employees or convince your co-workers, this workshop will help you learn storytelling techniques that you can use to acheive your goals. Join us to practice the art of storytelling and learn how you can use stories to stand out.
What You'll Learn
Part 1: The Science Behind The Stories
Learn why stories work and what it does to your brain when you are engaged in a compelling story. Storytelling is as much of an art form as it is science.
How storytelling is used throughout time and why storytelling is so effective
Understand why your brain loves storytelling
Captivating elements of storytelling and how great storytellers uses them
Part 2: Becoming A Purposeful Storyteller At Work
It's actually not all about telling your stories. Have you ever heard a 10 minute story and you couldn't wait for it to end? Master storytellers understand how to tell stories with a purpose. You wil discover how you can become a purposeful storyteller. We will take this time to dive into how you can find stories in your life that are meaningful to the messages and impact that you want to convey.
Learn how to find stories for work
Learning the Story Cycle Framework to become a purposeful storyteller
Understand where and when to share stories at work
Explore how you can use the StoryCycle in your daily life
Part 3: Share Your Story
Craft your stories and get ready to share them. Learn the best storytelling tips and tricks and immediately put strategies to action to share your stories with peers.
How to get rid of nervousness and become a storytelling pro
Learn how to incorporate storytelling in your daily business communication
Storytelling tips and tricks
Practice in front of a live audience
Stories are more powerful than you think. You are the stories that you tell. Behind every great individual there's a great story, how will you share yours? In other words, your success depends on how you build and leverage your personal and business stories. I look forward to be working with you in this workshop. Please feel free to email me with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. -Kit Pang, Founder of BostonSpeaks
Who is Kit Pang?
Kit Pang is a Communication Expert, TEDx Speaker Coach, TEDx, Inbound and Keynote speaker and the founder of BostonSpeaks. He is on a mission to help individuals become exceptional speakers and communicators. Kit's seminars and talks have been credited as super fun, engaging, soul-searching and insightful. His happy clients include individuals from organizations such as Dell, Delta, RE/MAX, Harvard or MIT.
What Others Are Saying About Kit:
“I was a little bit all over the place with my TEDx talk. Kit came in — and in a wonderfully kind, but direct way — gave me advice to sharpen the talk and focus the message to make it a more compelling presentation. Thanks for your helpful words and encouragement.”
TEDx Speaker | Bruce Rosenbaum
I had the great fortune to get to work with Kit in preparation for a TEDx talk. A master at speeches himself (if you ever have the opportunity to hear him give a speech, seize it!), he shared his expertise to enable me to transform the words on paper to a full presentation. Kit’s guidance, coaching, and advice helped me take my thoughts and ideas and create a complete oration. I could not have done it without him.
TEDx Speaker | Lauren Kuntz
“I had the privilege of working with Kit on a talk I gave at the Massachusetts Conference for Women. Working with him was so much fun and it 10X-ed the power of my message, making me feel super confident while on stage communicating it. Thank you, Kit!”
Co-author of FLAWD
Location: BostonSpeaks 50 Milk Street Boston, MA 02109