Storytelling Techniques For Engaging Presentations
A great speaker will take their audience on a journey, leaving them inspired and motivated. Explore the techniques of storytelling to bring your message alive for your audience.
What you will learn
|•||How to use the structure of Monomyth (also known as the Hero’s Journey) to help you explain what has brought you the wisdom you want to share|
|•||To use the Arc structure to map tension and drama in your story|
|•||To work with Nested Loops - A storytelling technique where you layer three or more narratives within each other
Monomyth, The Hero’s Journey - In a Monomyth, the hero is called to leave their home and sets out on a difficult journey, moving from somewhere they know into a threatening unknown place.
|•||Learn to use the monomyth to shape your presentation to take your audience on a journey|
|•||Demonstrate the benefits of taking risks|
|•||Show how new found wisdom can be found from difficult and different paths taken|
|•||Learn how to use the first part of your story to set the scene|
|•||Follow with a series of challenges, giving your story ‘ups and downs’|
|•||Build to a big finale to deliver a satisfying conclusion|
|•||Learn to place your most important story, the core of your message in the centre, and use the stories around it to elaborate that central principle|
|•||Use analogies to explain a central concept|
|•||Frame your message to give your audience a real insight into your identity|
Who this is for
Professionals who want to deliver a presentation that captures the hearts and minds of their audience.
|•||Develop effective speakers who are adept in using the techniques of storytelling in bringing meaning, inspiration and motivation to their message
|•||Build strong relationships through effectively communicating your organisational vision and values|
|•||Enable people to build a bond with their audience, opening them up to hear your organisation’s ideas and the call to action required|