Organisations are changing quickly. Structures are flatter and reporting lines more complex. Staff and customers are spread around the world. Everyone is deafened by the 'noise' of information inundation. Yet the modern leader still needs to be able to influence and persuade in this constantly fluid environment.
The sharing of stories orally is a powerful way of cutting through. When we tell stories, people 'get' what we are saying – and they remember it. This is the case whether we are communicating informally (which is what we do most of the time) or in a more formal environment such as a presentation.
This 45 min talk will give you some practical tips on how you can use the natural power of stories to make your messages stick in this noise filled business world.
About the speaker
Anjali is the managing director of Narrative: The Business of Stories. Narrative is a management consulting firm that provides Business Storytelling for organisational change. They work with private and government organisations to determine what their individual and unique business challenges are, and by incorporating story skills they help craft individualised solutions to help solve those challenges.
Who should attend:
This talk will benefit anyone whose role requires them to influence, engage and inspire others, including senior leaders, project managers, salespeople and consultants.
Thursday, 26 May 2016
12:30 to 14:00
Registration and lunch at 12:30, presentation commencing at 13:00
Duane Morris & Selvam LLP 16 Collyer Quay #17-00, Singapore 049318. Access through Chevron House to Collyer Quai riverside.
Non-Members: SG$80 | AU$80
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