Faye can tailor an event to fit your needs and vary the stories according to audience and age. These are a few of the keynotes, programs, and workshops she offers.
Creating Connections in today’s Diverse Workplace with Story
In today’s increasingly diverse workplaces it is more important than ever to connect, collaborate, and resolve conflicting perspectives. Faye demonstrates the incredible results storytelling produces. She will illustrate how storytelling inspires and persuades customers, team members, and students to take positive action. She will share examples of capturing the benefit of diversity to achieve higher levels of performance, collaboration, and understanding.
The Power of Story to Persuade and Influence
The power to persuade and influence others in a positive, non-confrontational manner is a priceless skill. Faye will share how to cultivate stories that will help you communicate better and become more persuasive and influential. This keynote is packed with practical techniques and strategies for persuading, influencing, negotiating, and gaining favor with clients and colleagues. Whether you are asking for a raise, closing a critical deal, pitching a proposal, or getting your colleagues to cooperate, you will be amazed at the power of story.
The Essence of Women – observing and celebrating the courage, perseverance, and unique gifts of women.
This Ever-Changing World – Faye’s original personal stories of overcoming obstacles, growth, and lessons learned.
Death Keeps Knocking on the Door – Scary stories of impending doom.
Nutty & Silly Stories – From giggles to guffaw and anything in between, this program is for those who want to sit back and relish an event filled with humor.
Stories of Life Lessons – These stories highlight life lessons such as courage, respect, and loyalty. These stories encourage the listeners to reflect on life lessons and how they might manifest in their own lives.
Mom Mayhem – Stories about Mothers. It’s the little things and the big things, but it’s all about Mothers.
Museum / Educational Programs
Abigail Adams: A Revolutionary Woman with Revolutionary Ideas – As a storyteller Faye is skilled in portraying historic characters. In portraying Abigail Adams, Faye brings Revolutionary America to life in the 21st Century. Sharing the tidbits and details of life during this important time in history gives listeners a true feel for what it was like to live during the period when The Declaration of Independence was written and The United States of America became a country.
Abigail’s story brings to life the spirit of courage, the demands of discipline, and the capacity for sacrifice. Her story as an educated woman, a mother of six children, the wife of the second President of the United States, the mother of the sixth President of the United States (John Quincy Adams), and the first woman to live in the White House is a meaningful story of a strong woman who refused to sit on the sidelines of life.
NOTE: Museum programs are usually unique, customized programs revolving around particular collections and exhibits.
Beginning Storytelling – Here the focus is on types of stories, techniques to find stories, story elements, and crafting stories.
How Do I Tell A Good Story? – A good story will captivate and engage your listeners. This workshop 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 approaching history as story. Engage your listeners with story (instead of dull text) and they will remember 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 to develop your story.