STORYTELLING: THE CREATIVE IMAGINATION
Connecting your facts to something the audience will remember is what the best orators do. The story remains long in the mind of the listener. In this challenging session you will bring your speech to life by using the five ways to make the emotional connection. Some would call this Brainstorming and we’re happy with that but there is a bit more to it. Connecting the ideas to the facts and taking the listener along with you, for example.
- Humour: The Holy Grail
- The Silver Thread; lining up facts and statistics so everyone “gets it”
- How to make your case studies poetry, not prose
- Feedback: marvellous metaphors and hilarious humour reviewed
HOW WE DO IT
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The Science of PreparationThe Science of Preparation
If you are to have creativity and make the emotional connection you need a process that allows this to happen. Or you can just go with boring, read, PowerPoint-led. Over 17,000 souls have been through the unique Kissing With Confidence Method and they will tell you it does the creativity and connection thing ‘just so’.
Deconstructing ConstructionDeconstructing Construction
What you choose to say and how you choose to say it always matters: and it matters more when a cast of many are listening to every word and critically appraising every slide. Barack Obama’s seminal speech on race, A More Perfect Union, will be used as an exemplar.
Play It Again, SamsungPlay It Again, Samsung
You may only get one chance to make a first impression but you get two to make a good presentation in this instance. The feedback had been direct, the discussion frank and the video footage enlightening. You are now ready to give it your all in a final push to find your inner Frank Skinner.