How do you connect with the people you need to move in a virtual environment? We know the secret. Virtual Pitch workshops are engaging, personal and meaningful. And they will teach you how to deliver the same for your audience.
In today’s uncertain and volatile business environment, your best compass might be your story. Storytelling will connect you to your new future, the knowledge you gain travelling there, the values you will hold on to when you arrive, and the journey that helped you decide to head here in the first place.
With great storytelling, the people you need most will know exactly where you’re headed. And they may just sign up for the ride. The Story Compass is your guide to get them there.
What inspires an investor, a customer, or an employee to connect with your business? What moves your team, your manager, or the C-suite to take action on your ideas? A great story. From communications, to conversations to presentations, we'll show you how to craft and tell the stories that captivate any audience.
They say some people are born to sell. Who are these natural born salespeople? They are people other people trust. They are people other people listen to. They are people other people confide in. You don't have to be born with it. The secret lies in storytelling. And we can teach your salespeople to tell the stories that stick.
You "say" your company is innovative and collaborative. Or is it a market leader? Whatever you say, do your people live those stories? Our learning and development programs go behind the curtain to show your leaders how to lead and your teams how to communicate. Now you are living an authentic and believable story.
Now that we have your curiosity piqued about what we do, you may be asking who does it? You won’t find pages of bios here. We’re small for a reason. Our clients have come to expect corporate courses that inspire change in the people who attend. We deliver on that promise by being picky about who leads, facilitates, and delivers our training and development programs. Meet Colleen Stewart, and the rest of the (small!) team.