I found 6 great articles related to Corporate Storytelling last week:
I was really intrigued by this one; I'll post more on this in a separate post later. It has deep implications for body language while presenting.
I would add: Just like actors, presenters NEED to practice OUT LOUD & master delivering EACH message.
8 SKILLS LEADERS NEED IN TOMORROW'S WORKPLACE As automation changes how we work, human skills become ever more important. Communication is one of the skills but it is tightly linked to the other skills. My pitch: #CorporateStorytelling makes you more effective, valuable, marketable.
PRODUCTIVITY ISN’T ABOUT TIME MANAGEMENT. IT’S ABOUT ATTENTION MANAGEMENT. I see a similar pattern in persuasive communication. Too many presenters focus on time and slides. Corporate Storytellers focus on the right content, in the right order, in the right way & strip out everything else. The result: messages that help audiences pay attention, understand, & make decisions.
PUBLIC SPEAKING IS NO LONGER A 'SOFT SKILL.' IT'S YOUR KEY TO SUCCESS Great quotes and anecdotes on why persuasive speaking skills are so important for businesses & individuals.
WARREN BUFFETT SAYS THIS ONE SKILL WILL BOOST YOUR CAREER VALUE Buffett once told students “you can improve your value by 50 percent just by learning communication skills--public speaking.” The good news is you can learn “presentation literacy” to improve your value. I may be a bit biased but I recommend the Articulus Corporate Storytelling Workshop.