How Stories Work: Connect, Move, Suggest

How Stories Work: Using Stories in Coaching and Influence

 Saturday, April 5, 2014 from 10am to 4:30pm

195 James St. North, Hamilton, Suite 211

How do stories change the flow of a conversation so that good things happen? Whether you are selling, coaching, managing, speaking or training, stories can create a relationship that drives action. In this course, we will focus on how stories connect people, create a sense of movement, and become a vehicle for making effective suggestions.

Whether or not you have studied NLP (neurolinguistic programming), you will become more comfortable at understanding what happens when you choose to tell or encourage a story, more effective at placing stories within a connection to make movement possible, and better at planting suggestions and observing results.

Stories are the most highly developed and resilient form of human communication. They allow us to collaborate, to work around resistance, and to make a difference without compromising privacy. Take a step forward in your practice of influence by becoming more aware of how stories are already part of your best work.

This course is limited to 8 participants. The special introductory fees are $75(+HST), payable in advance by credit card or cheque. Bring a friend for $5 more.

Call 416-928-2394 to register.

Call  416-928-2394 OR EMAIL 47 Queen’s Park Cres. E., Toronto, ON, M5S 2C3