Want to learn more about the craft of storytelling and how to connect with your audience?
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Storytelling has long been a powerful form of inspiration. It is how knowledge and information were passed on through the generations. A story has a tendency to "stay with you" while broad information tends to fly by. Your audience will therefore be more ready to listen and remember what you wanted to say if you master the art of converting your message into a story.
But how exactly do you do that? Changing your text into a narrative? Most people are clueless as to where to start. You could even feel a little overwhelmed by it. Bob puts you at ease better than anyone, so don't be concerned. He'll walk you through tips and methods step-by-step so you can discover how to improve your impact on your audience.
Bob mentors you as you learn how to give a "performance" during this course. He will teach you how to get to people's hearts by having you tell a story that has never been told before, where you dare to talk about yourself, your passion for your business, and how your clients bring out the best in you, etc.
He will help you realize the storytelling's power. Businesses seek a "tone of voice" that appeals to their target market. By delivering a compelling story, you can evoke strong emotional connections between you, the brand and your customers.
Bob is a 'master storyteller' himself. He quickly establishes a zone of assurance where he practically drags each participant along while assisting them in overcoming their doubts.
You'll feel more confident, and you’ll even want to "stand in front of the class"!
By setting up first interviews with each participant, Bob devotes a tremendous amount of time to the preparation.
The plenary session is the first, and the "one-on-one" or "two-on-two" sessions are the second. A private phone conversation to follow-up is planned between the two sessions. A video of each participant's performance is requested, and it is then watched and discussed in the second session
The training is held in the company.
You'll all feel encouraged and even more engaged if you share this experience with your coworkers.
“We were reluctant to make a video of ourselves and our performance at home, but afterwards
this turned out to be a very instructive experience: Bob's tips and tricks really work! Interactive, playful and yet serious!”