There’s no question that storytelling is one of the most powerful communication tools at our disposal. The right story can help you break down walls with an audience, build trust and influence them to act in your favor.
That can mean winning over customers, aligning and motivating a workforce, swaying a skeptical public and more.
In this engaging, information-packed session, Rob Biesenbach shares his latest storytelling insights, diagnoses the biggest mistakes corporate storytellers make, and prescribes simple remedies that will allow your stories to flourish and not flail.
Among the takeaways:
- Deeper insight into three experiential factors that power every great story
- A proven method for nailing a story’s ending and bringing the audience full circle
- How to find and nurture the small-but-critical moments that bring a story to life
- Overcoming TEDsteria and other obstacles that sabotage our stories
- Ways to bring out the best stories in others
You’ll come away with practical strategies and tactics you can use right away to elevate your stories from good to great and become an even more powerful, persuasive communicator.
About Rob Biesenbach
Rob Biesenbach works with leaders who want to be more persuasive and authoritative in everything they do. That means helping them break free from Death by PowerPoint, tell their story, and communicate like humans should.
Rob is an award-winning corporate communication consultant, an in-demand keynote speaker and workshop leader, a bestselling author, and a Second City–trained actor. He combines insights from the worlds of business and performance to deliver programs that are as entertaining as they are enlightening. His clients include AARP, Allstate, Coca-Cola, Deloitte, and Feeding America, among many others.
Rob is the author of the Amazon bestseller Unleash the Power of Storytelling: Win Hearts, Change Minds, Get Results. He lives just outside Chicago in Evanston, Illinois and travels the world (in-person and online) to meet his clients’ needs.
- April 07, 2021 at 12pm – 1pm
- 59 people are going