Connect, engage, and succeed with the power of StorySailing.® Build stronger relationships with colleagues and customers. Increase employee retention. Create sales and marketing messages that communicate value.
StorySailing® workshops are presented in short “lunch and learn” sessions, or half-day formats. Shorter sessions “deep dive” into specific business communication challenges like mission statements, marketing language, the on-boarding process, design and technology, and corporate culture. Longer sessions engage attendees in exercises that clarify and harmonize the stories they tell about your organization and its mission.
StoryCrafting – Master the Art of Business Storytelling
Learn how effective stories work and how to put yours to work. Craft a fluff-free mission statement. Get your elevator pitch off the first floor. Use the power of story to connect with clients and colleagues, motivate teams, attract and retain talent, build inspiring corporate cultures, and close more sales.
Each program is tailored to the goals and challenges of your organization.
StoryCrafting – Write Right … Now
Writing skills are in decline. Teach your team to write clearly, concisely, and accurately without boring sentence diagrams and painful grammar lessons. Professional writing style techniques are easy to learn and use today.
StoryCrafting – Learn the Secrets to Successful Content Marketing
A Facebook post will be seen by less than 2% of your followers. You’re writing useful content in your blog, but how do you get your message out? This workshop reveals time-management and technological strategies for content producers. Instantly and automatically share your content with dozens of relevant social media groups. Boost your search engine ranking and build your following.
StorySharing – Storytelling for Speakers
Craft your message and deliver it with confidence. Training and coaching for business presenters, lackluster leaders, and professional speakers ensure your speech is relevant and meaningful to your audience. Master your natural fear of public speaking, rock your presentation, and pitch perfect with stronger word choice, strategic timing, vocal variety, and body language.
StoryShowing – Use PowerPoint to Make Your Point with Power
An image is only worth a thousand words if the image is worth looking at. Learn to think like a designer so you can look like a speaker. This session covers best (and worst) practices for PowerPoint presenters. Leave with ideas and resources you can use to keep your audience awake, aware, and engaged with your message.