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On the two-day training course ‘Storytelling, your story, its direction and your presentation’ we integrate your personal story in the company’s corporate story.
Storytelling, your story, its direction and your presentation. You must learn that and you can learn that! Visual, well timed, well directed, good build-up of tension and a powerful ending.
Two-day training course
A few people are natural storytellers. But even the most charismatic of leaders has had to learn the art of storytelling. Because it’s a good thing to learn! Our dedicated storytelling training is purely about developing your personal story and that of your organisation. Two days working together on the story and its presentation. We will listen, hone, practise, rehearse, elaborate, visualise, connect, direct and use spatial presentation techniques.
Storytelling, the story of the organisation
Every organisation has a good story. History, ideals, dramas, lessons, courage, reason for its existence. In principle, this should concur with your personal story. That’s why you enjoy working there, after all; why you’re involved in that organisation. A well-told corporate story is therefore a mixture of the narrator’s story and that of the organisation.
Storytelling, your story
First, we make sure that we get the right story clear. Complete and compact. Visual. Honest, open and vulnerable, because otherwise it won’t work. The hero’s journey, your journey, your organisation’s journey. Why do you do what you do? What do you really want? What is your dream? Basic elements of every good story. Only when we understand this, when we can recognise you and your story, will we want to take the journey with you.
Storytelling, the direction
All stage professionals rehearse with a director. As soon as you have your story, we can start working on the presentation. How does it sound? How does it look? Perhaps the sequence could be improved, the build-up of tension? Repetition can sometimes work, rhythm, sound, articulation, movement. We practise and hone. Until it glistens and gleams and sparks fly off.
Storytelling, your presentation
Ultimately, you have to do it. You have to present the story on the stages you enter. What do you need, mentally and physically, to do that well? With stature and allure. Fascinating and convincing. With the magic of a real story.
two days in which a lot happens. You hone your story, you learn to tell it exciting in a way that suits you, so you can really do it after the training course. You will have proven this to yourself and the group with your final presentation. Your story is as solid as a rock.
People who (want to) give regular presentations.
- Entrepreneurs, team leaders and managers, chairpersons who regularly give presentations.
- Anyone who regularly has to give a presentation.
- Spokespersons for organisations.
- People with a mission.
A good presentation is worth its weight in gold. Orders, business relations, new customers, image, branding, continuity, self-confidence. Results. Especially if you tell the story more often, it is worth making the effort to work out the story properly and rehearse it out loud, in front of a director, and present it several times.
- Small group: maximum 16 participants
- Carefully constructed proven programme.
- Expert and enthusiastic trainers.
Our storytelling workshops are in-company and can be adapted to your needs in terms of the number of participants and if desired on location in Amsterdam, Brussels, London or Munich