The Art of Storytelling in Communicating to Audiences (PR14)
Duration: 1 Day 10.30am – 3.30pm
Location: 118a Kensington Church St. London W8 4BH
Duration: 1 Day 10.30am – 3.30pm
The one-day Art of Storytelling in Communicating to Audiences is both practical and engaging. Most great speakers understand that communicating a powerful idea is best done through storytelling and building a narrative. The art of delivering a business narrative that is attention getting and memorable can effectively inspire and influence others.
This practical and interactive communications course is designed to address both internal and external audiences. You will learn the key elements to conveying an inspiring message in an impactful clear manner to create audience engagement and see several role model examples. You will understand the important ingredients of both planning (designing) and delivery techniques wherein you shine in sharing this powerful idea. For the external audiences, you will integrate your organisation’s public speaking guidelines and presentation aids.
You will be given the optional opportunity to practice storytelling during the session. Come prepared to develop your storytelling skills and have a lot of fun!
On this course you will learn:
- Choosing the right story
- Four key elements of storytelling
- Eight narrative patterns
- Effective speaking techniques
- Apply the art of storytelling in order to reach and engage an audience
- Explain and apply effective storytelling skills
- Describe the key elements of storytelling
- Enhance your talks and presentations through effective storytelling techniques and reach your communications objectives
- Introductions and goals
- Why we love stories and what is your favourite?
- What makes a great story/storyteller?
- Your organisation’s story and narrative
- Choosing the right story – audience; context; theme; objectives
- Presentation skills
- What we remember and why, injecting dynamism
- Building trust and credibility
- Watch TED talk – Nancy Duarte – the secret structure of great talks
- Narrative patterns
- Tell your story (recorded with feedback)
- TED talk – Andrew Stanton: The Clues to a Great Story
- Review and next steps
The Professional Development Diploma is approved and recognised by the: Continuing Professional Development (CPD): www.cpduk.co.uk
CPD-Approved LSPR Professional Development Diploma: PR & Reputation Management. The Diploma is awarded with a Pass, Merit or Distinction.
The final Diploma award will be based on the following:
- Critical Thinking Exercises set and completed during the training - a series of practical exercises are set for each session for the delegates to work on during their training. This is an effective way to try out what you have been learning and gain insight and feedback, as you progress with each session during the course.
What you need to bring with you:
Please bring with you your laptop or tablet to the training sessions.
To meet your team’s specific needs, this course is also offered as a bespoke exclusive programme. It is also offered on a one-to-one tailored basis. Delivery options are either in-house, or at the LSPR premises in Kensington. Please contact LSPR for a proposal.
*One-to-one and small groups training sessions: duration may be subject to minor time alterations
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