Introduction – Storytelling Communication
Storytelling is the number one, most
influential way to communicate information
you want remembered.
This long overdue program focuses on developing high performance business communication skills for leaders in business, government, non-profit organizations and entrepreneurs.
Storytelling Communication Training provides knowledge and practice in storytelling techniques that enable participants to achieve clarity, confidence and impact.
1. Find your Why, and create your Why statement
2. Learn how to take your story from good to awesome
3. Discover the language that best describes your organization’s strengths
4. Harness your core personal strengths
5. Create the storytelling wave of tension, passion and hope
6. Learn how to bring your listener into the space
7. An introduction to Sprint Writing and Tri Writing methods
One day workshop, approximate time – 5 hrs + 2 breaks
This course is a prerequisite to Advanced Storytelling Communication Training.
For more information, contact Kathleen Arnason at – firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a one time introductory offer by invitation only – Reg price $275 / Into Sprcial $50
Registration- through Christine Henry Arts – email@example.com
Workshop Leader – Kathleen Arnason
Kathleen is the Owner/President of KGA Publishing & Production, where she works as a Developmental Idea Editor and Writing Coach. Developmental Idea Editors give your idea structure and hard-hitting content, which adds needed focus and direction to your book, project or video advertisement. Kathleen takes your project a step further. Not only does she provide original ideas and storylines based on your needs, she also creates a working map of the big picture. She guides you through every aspect of the creative process so you understand how your project presents.
Kathleen is a best selling Canadian Author with eleven published books and has been a storyteller for over 25 years. She worked as an Interview Researcher for the Senate of Canada for 7 years and was involved with numerous studies – Aboriginal Seniors Health Study, Women’s Menopause Health Alternatives, Manitoba Tourism and Provider Communication Marketing, and the Lake Winnipeg Erosion Study. All studies involved the gathering of stories from the public. She formulated questions, supported the telling of stories, honed her listening skills and ability to hold space for the storyteller.
Kathleen is the recipient of The Queen’s Jubilee Medal – presented for her work in Arts and Culture – and The Victoria Hospitality Award. (because she is really nice)