Mar 2, 2013

Trafcom News Podcast 115: A new way to look at storytelling | Trafcom News Podcast
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Trafcom News Podcast 115: A new way to look at storytelling | Trafcom News Podcast.

I love this new twist on storytelling! Reframing storytelling as ‘experience communications’ is right on.

When I work coaching businesses in storytelling I always end up asking them “What kind of an experience do you want your audience to have when you share a story?”

That question and its answer often cuts to the chase about what the story is all about, and how to craft/leverage it for best results.

This podcast is about 20 minutes long and I hope you get a lot of good info from it.

This review was written by Karen Dietz (@kdietz) who curates on business storytelling.

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Karen Dietz

For over a decade I've been a thought leader working in the field of business storytelling. I train leaders to become compelling and influential storytellers and I work with companies/nonprofit clients to use storytelling in all major business functions. I am also the top curator in the field of business storytelling. In addition, I am a fiber artist. And I have a ton of fun doing it all!
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Karen Dietz

For over a decade I've been a thought leader working in the field of business storytelling. I train leaders to become compelling and influential storytellers and I work with companies/nonprofit clients to use storytelling in all major business functions. I am also the top curator in the field of business storytelling. In addition, I am a fiber artist. And I have a ton of fun doing it all!

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