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Jay Dixit teaching a corporate storytelling workshop at Amazon / IMDB in Seattle


TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

Schedule a learning experience with Storytelling.NYC and equip your team with storytelling techniques that enchant people and move them to action, whether it’s to work for you, hire you, buy your product, or invest in your company.


The Art of Storytelling

Thursdays 7pm

 

Whether you’re pitching investors, marketing your product, or going for the sale, there’s one surefire way to captivate people and move them to action: Tell a good story. Using examples from pitch decks and presentations, content marketing and blog posts, print ads and Super Bowl commercials, we'll teach you and your employees to master powerful storytelling techniques to captivate people and move them to action—whether it’s to work for you, hire you, buy your product, or invest in your company.


Storytelling for Impact

Mon – Sun: 9a, 5p

 

Learn how leading brands use storytelling to engage customers and drive revenue, and how to use the same techniques yourself, whether a presentation, TED talk, or just a casual conversation at a conference.

 

Brand Story Workshop

 

 

In this workshop, we'll work one-on-one with your team to develop a unified brand story you can use across your company. 

 

How to Talk About Your Product So Customers Understand

 

No matter how complicated or technical your product, you need to be able to communicate what it is and how it helps make your customers' lives better. In this intensive workshop, we'll work one-on-one with your team to develop language that articulates your product with clarity and precision so you can talk about it in a clear, vivid, and relatable way that generates excitement and drives sales. 

 

 

Customized Learning Solutions

Don't see what you're looking for? Let us know and we'll work with you to develop custom-designed curriculum tailored specifically to your team's needs. We would love to learn more about you and what you're looking for!

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