Storytelling Services

Words are powerful. Storytelling is part of being a human. Storytelling has been part of our history since campfires were a luxury and history and legend were passed from generation to generation by word of mouth – by telling stories. Storytelling is a deep and essential part of us all.

Telling stories is still how we relate to ourselves and each other today. In business pitches and politics, the ability to tell a story well is key to success. Storytelling done well is emotive, memorable and moves people to actions – like voting for people and parties and buying products and services.

I have helped craft winning narratives for a Prime Minister, hundreds of politicians plus Board Members and senior management at 14 PLCs. Why not you?

This has taken many forms and faces:

  • From the intense and the obvious: speeches, AGM preparation, pitches, presentations.
  • To the high stakes and potentially mean and nasty: Board room succession battles – aka Transition and Succession Processes for Professional Firms.
  • To the financially life-changing: Bullet-proofing prospective equity management teams for M&A beauty parades in front of potential investors.
  • To the life changing: coaching graduates hunting for their first job.
  • To those wanting to win political office.

 


My job:

  • maximise YOUR impact and YOUR message.
  • get you the questions and answers YOU want.
  • give you a political or commercial advantage.

Impressions count. Words work. For you or against you. Perceptions are reality. Fact. Deal with it. Fix them.

What Range Of Services Do You Need?

Honestly, I don’t think I would have been able to make such a drastic change without your pep talk which challenged me and made me take stock and face reality.”

“I have now met an amazing man, I did not intend to … but not much I can do now!! So I’m in love and feel like a teenager all over again! I have also started an awesome new project at work, so very excited about that – it’s all your fault you know!

K - Psychotherapist

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