How the 18 Min Rule of TED Talks influenced my Storytelling Workshops
Learning from a workshop is not a framework and methodology hoarding exercise. For all my Storytelling Workshops I suggest tailored content to the key client contact beforehand. I make these suggestions based on Audience Profiling that I do prior to the workshop. Almost always, my key contact asks me, “Can we cover more content?” For them, the rationale is, it takes time,…

Storytelling for Interviews Part 1 of 2
Recently, I had the opportunity to deliver a session on Organisational Storytelling to post graduate students of one of Singapore’s most reputed universities. Over these two days of engagement, the students and I worked on lots of scenarios, like communicating your idea to investors, presenting with stories, making a case using stories, and so on.  At one stage over the two…

Storytelling Techniques for Transforming Presentations Part 3 of 5
This is our 3rd blog on Storytelling Techniques for Transforming Presentations For those who have missed Part 1 and Part 2, the questions I answer in Storytelling Techniques for Transforming Presentations blog series are  questions I have been asked by clients. So, this blog series is a curation of answers to those questions. In this blog we will answer only 1…

Storytelling Techniques For Transforming Presentations Part 2 of 5
This is part 2 of our Storytelling Techniques for Transforming Presentations Blog series. In Part 1 of this blog series, we answered questions that generally run through our minds even before we start putting our presentations together. In this blog, we share some learnings which are centered around delivering the story. I have yet to come across any literature on Storytelling that…