Programs / Workshops

Workshops

Businesses/Associations/Organizations

Stories to Get Your Message Across – Stories intended to precipitate conversation and connections. Today, as always, business is conducted with people who have connection.

Articulate Your Company’s Story - Being able to convey to a customer or client what sets your company apart from the competition is a critical skill in today’s workplace. Explain with a story and you will be remembered.

Building a Respectful Team with Story – Learn how to develop a strong, respectful team through story. Empower the members of your team to build a collaborative, problem solving team where everyone is appreciated and valued.

Why Give Me A Second Look? – You need to be able to distinguish yourself in the work world.  Learn how to craft a story, without sounding rigid or formal, which will answer such questions as: Why should someone hire you or your team? Why are you the best person for the project? Why should you be promoted?

Instead of Reading my Report, Listen to my story – Understand the power of story. Listening to tone, inflection, and pauses makes a story come alive. If you tell someone a story instead of asking them to read, they will remember your message. People remember stories, but facts and figures are soon forgotten.

 

Workshops can be tailored to your audience and your event.




Schools/Libraries/Museums

How Do I Tell A Good Story? – You want to captivate and engage your listeners and to do that, you need specific skills. Faye will take you through a 4 step process to create, captivate, and connect through story.

How to Make History Come Alive with Story – Share the important and pivotal moments of history by telling stories of actual events. Learn the process of researching facts and approaching history as story. Engage your listeners with story (instead of dull text) and they will never forget their ancestors and the events of the past.

Owning your Story – Discover and embrace your personal story. Learn methods for gathering and applying life experiences.

Instead of Reading my Report, Listen to my story – Understand the power of story. Listening to tone, inflection, and pauses makes a story come alive. If you tell someone a story instead of asking them to read, they will remember your message. People remember stories, but facts and figures are soon forgotten.

 

Programs are offered for grades 1-12.