Tell Well: Storytelling for Virtual Presentation
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About the Event
Public speaking takes many forms, whether making a presentation for a small team meeting or conducting a webinar for hundreds, many people find the act of presenting very stressful. The shift to virtual meetings and events hasn’t necessarily made that any easier, indeed it presents its own set of challenges.
Throughout our history, humans have relied on the art of storytelling to help us through challenging times and this time is no different. Storytelling remains a powerful tool to help you access your authentic voice, connect with your audience, and create memorable content. Approaching public speaking with a storytelling mindset can help enable you to craft powerful, persuasive, presentations.
In this fun, engaging, and interactive workshop we will play with specific strategies to help you find and craft your stories, tell them well, and in doing so, hone your virtual presentation skills.
Participants will learn
- How to prepare, rehearse, and present virtually
- Strategies to deal with the challenges of going digital
- How improvisation and storytelling can help enhance your presentation skills
- A simple framework for crafting a compelling story and engaging your audience
- How to cope with performance anxiety
- How to find your authentic voice and presentation style.
About the Presenter
Jeanne Lambin is a facilitator, coach, storyteller, writer, and award-winning educator. She helps people find, tell, and live better stories for themselves, their organizations, and the world. She is a certified Designing Your Life Coach, Hack Your Box for Sustainability Trainer, and also holds a certificate in Brain-based Coaching and the Foundations of Neuroleadership from the Neuroleadership Institute. She is former Vice President of the Applied Improvisation Network, co-founder of Improv for Humanity, and the founder of the Museum of the Ordinary Extraordinary. She has performed, presented, and conducted workshops and training in the US, Europe and Asia. Ms. Lambin’s workshops have been described as “amazing”, “powerful” and “great fun”. She was the emcee for SXSW Eco’s Place by Design Awards and her creative work has been featured in the Hong Kong’s Top Notch Storytelling Festival, Liars’ League Hong Kong, Literary Death Match, and the Art’s House World Voices Presents. She holds a B.S. in Anthropology for Loyola University Chicago, and has a M.S. in Historic Preservation from the School of the Art Institute Chicago.