Presenting with storytelling

Tell your message with impact

A good story is authentic, convincing, stimulating and feels like you experienced it yourself. This means that you still think about it afterwards, remember it better and can retell. Learn the storytelling techniques and presentation skills to bring a strong story convincingly.

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Presenting with storytelling

Tell your message with impact

Why is it that after some presentations you cannot remember anything afterwards? The answer: the story didn’t touch you. A good story feels like you experienced it yourself. This means that you still think about it afterwards, remember it better and can retell.

Yet you are not alone with a good story, your skills and self-confidence are just as important as a speaker. Are you relaxed? Does your story really feel ‘own’ and does it make you happy to be able to tell it? How is your attitude and appearance? In this training you learn storytelling techniques and presentation skills to convey a strong story convincingly.

What can you do after this Presenting with storytelling Training?

  • You know the 6 principles of storytelling and apply it to your story
  • You master various presentation techniques
  • You know your strengths and pitfalls in giving presentations
  • You are aware of your attitude and appearance
  • You speak relaxed and make your story personal

What can you expect from this training?

COMMUNICATION

You get started with the way you communicate and you examine your attitude and body language.

STRUCTURE

To make the story of your presentation comprehensible and attractive, it is important that it has a clear structure and structure.

STORYTELLING

Based on storytelling theory and exercises, you learn how to tell a story that convinces and sticks.

More information about this training?

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Your learning track

The classroom training is combined with challenges. We call this a learning track. Challenges are short-term assignments that you receive after the training and that help you practice new behavior in practice.
6 weeks, 1 challenge every week.