Inspire Others To Action Through Persuasive Narratives, Story Structure, And Key Messages
When we speak to an audience, we want to engage them with our words and move them to action. For this to happen, they must trust you and resonate with your message. This is why powerful stories and story struuctures are some of the most effective methods any business can learn to wield. In Moxie's storytelling workshop, our experts will teach your team the core elements of storytelling and narrative structure using some of the best practices in audience engagement, message development, and persuasive presentations.
Craft Compelling Micro Stories
That Turn Ideas Into Action
Use Story Structure To Build
An Engaging Slide Presentation
Slide Design Principles To Revolutionize
Your Business Presentations
Organize Your Ideas Persuasively
& Clearly For Meetings, Trainings,
Client Calls, Speeches, & More
Deliver Key Insights & Actionable
Recommendations Using Data
Create An Influential Brand Story
That Communicates The Value Of
Your Company, Products & Services
We are all drawn to authenticity. Knowing how to be a good storyteller means painting a compelling picture that resonates with your audience. Our expert trainers will show your team exactly how to do this in a way that is clear and easy to apply to any future talks and presentations.
Data is at the heart of many successful businesses and their decisions—but presenting it can be challenging. talking about it is often dry and boring. Our business storytelling workshop helps you learn to become an advisor that presents data-based recommendations and solutions. Through data storytelling and data visualization, you will create slides that highlight key messages and provide evidence for your recommendations.
In this storytelling course, we’ll reshape the way you develop content using story structure and narrative arc. Learn to build presentations and organize your ideas by leading your audience on a journey. Make sure your message resonates with your target audience by identifying the most effective story structure to present.
“I am so thankful for your help. I have received so many compliments on my speech, it felt unbelievable! This would not be possible…”
at Coca Cola
“So grateful for Moxie Institute! They have an amazing gift and an incredible ability to put stories together. I can’t wait to get to the TEDx…”
Founder and Executive Director, The David’s Harp Foundation
“Although we had spent 3 years in Toastmasters, it was nothing at all like sessions with Moxie Institute. Moxie’s sessions and their supportive techniques…”
CNN Hero Awards Winners and Founders of The Emilio Nares Foundation
Business depends on prospects retaining what they hear and acting on it. Humans are hardwired for stories. Information shared in a business storytelling or narrative format is easier to remember and more likely to reach the emotions of the listener, which makes it more likely that they will take action.
Corporate workers and C-Suite Professionals do their share of speaking and presenting. Storytelling workshops can help such a person get the most results for their time spent talking. There are plenty of speakers that aren’t that good at it, so someone that has had workshop storytelling training will stand out and be the one that people look forward to hearing.
That would be that the storyteller remains authentic. With all the ways that a story can be told, the common thread of all successful moments of storytelling is authenticity. People connect with stories, but they also connect with genuine people. Give them both.
Use A Clear And Simple Structure: Your story doesn’t need to be complicated. Tried and true models, such as the hero’s journey, will organize your story and make it easy to follow.
Personalize The Impersonal: You might have a great product or service and your company vision might be grand, but fit it into the frame of actual human experience. Tell the story of what made you form the company. Tell an experience of someone inside or outside the company that had a transformational moment because of the company or its services.
Use Humor: There’s room to laugh, and chances are that your audience wants to.