Ali & Jez: Storytelling and Structure – how to turn pressure into pleasure

Suggested price: £10.00

Confidence as power

Thursday 16th April 2020, 1pm. This is no ordinary business webinar.

Now you’re in the virtual world, you might find your time becoming even more compressed. And the daily world around you is not what it was: kids clamouring for attention, re-organising your work / life balance, keeping your head. And the rest.

Getting your point across is becoming a skill a few of us are starting to question.

Help is at hand.

Putting The Message Across is at the heart of what we do. In this session we’re going to explain how to develop storytelling with structure – A Pitch, if you will.

We’re going to tell you how to tell a story in 10 seconds, 1 minute and 3 minutes. And 6 minutes 40 seconds (more about which below)

We’ll show you how to:

  • Develop The Pixar Pitch
  • Use structure to alleviate pressure
  • Manage your own story feedback
  • Deliver a speech without recourse to a script or notes
  • Introduce you to the wonderful world of Pecha Kucha
  • Use storytelling to make your point with zeal, confidence and excellence

We want you to be in the driving seat as much as possible. So, for starters, you decide how much you want to pay for our help.

So donate away and join us for an fascinating hour of discovery.

Description

Keeping your team feeling good, well-connected and ready to keep on delivering is likely to be pretty high on your agenda right now. The time you spend with your team is more important than ever, as you work to ensure you keep everybody’s mental wellbeing in tip-top condition.

Ali & Jez are in the business of using communication to make life better and they want to give you the tools to run virtual meetings that will leave your team energised, supported, and with a big smile on their faces.

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