In this "How to Tell Stories" course you will learn all the necessary elements of selecting, developing and telling stories when delivering speeches, presentations and other business-related talks. All human beings tell stories, but many people find it difficult to tell stories in business settings or in so-called formal speaking situations. This course will help de-mystify the process so that you can incorporate relevant stories into all of your presentations. Great speakers understand that stories are not extras when it comes to a public speech. Stories are what audiences are most likely to remember after the speaker is finished, therefore creating, crafting and delivering great stories that communicate a message are the most important things a good speaker can do.
For the last thirty years, TJ Walker has been a master presentation coach who has taught top executives all over the world how to create and deliver stories
What are the requirements?
You will need to record yourself on video using a cell phone, tablet or webcam
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 21 lectures and 4.5 hours of content!
Develop stories for presentations
Deliver stories in speeches and presentations
Craft stories for any talk
What is the target audience?
Executives and leaders who want to communicate more effectively through the power of story
Section 1: Intro
2)Stories Are the Most Important Part of Great Speeches
3)Message Drives Stories
Section 2: Create Your Story
4)What is the setting for Your Story?
5)Share Your Emotions When telling Your Stories
6)Your Speaking Stories Must Contain Dialogue
7)What Characters and Conflicts are in Your Story?
9)Your Story Must have a Resolution
10)Don't Tell Stories, Instead Re-Live Stories
Section 3: Practice
11)First Video Critique
12)Second Video Critique
13)Third Video Critique
14)Feedback from Peers
15)Share on Social Media
16)Feedback from Live Audiences
Section 4: Conclusion
Section 5: Bonus Reading
19)Secret to Foolproof Presentations
20)Public Speaking Success
Section 6: Bonus Video
21)More on Stories
Language of instruction: English