STORYTELLING SKILLS TRAINING WORKSHOPS

USE THE POWER OF STORYTELLING

Without a story, your message feels incomplete. No matter how solid your strategy or how compelling the numbers, fail to deliver your message in the context of a story and your audience won’t see its value.

But put your message in the context of a story? Suddenly, differentiators come to life. Buyers see themselves reflected. Decision-makers gain the confidence to say yes.

Mandel’s storytelling training workshops train professionals to craft meaningful stories that resonate with audiences and move them to act.

STORYTELLING SKILLS FOR TEAMS

INFLUENCE WITH STORIES™ is a storytelling skills training workshop that teaches participants three key story archetypes and how to use them in real-world settings. 

UNDERSTAND why stories matter
IDENTIFY opportunities to leverage stories
DECIDE what story to tell and when
CRAFT a relevant and memorable story
PRACTICE telling their story

STORYTELLING SKILLS WORKSHOPS

INFLUENCE WITH STORIES™

Progress often depends on a person’s ability to influence the action of others. Stories, metaphors, and analogies connect deeply with listeners, much more so than “just the facts.” Stories help people find clarity amid the chaos, propelling them down the path to their desired outcome more quickly.

Influence with Stories equips participants with essential storytelling skills to help them:

  • Understand why stories matter
  • Identify different types of stories
  • Decide when and how to use storytelling skills
  • Define the key parts of every story
  • Practice crafting and telling a story to an audience
Specifications
  • 1 Day
  • Virtual, Hybrid & In-Person
  • Groups of 10-12
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Are you looking for blended learning or for a training solution that combines skill-building elements from different workshops? HR and L&D leaders deserve dynamic and flexible solutions.

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