The Art of
In Email Communications, we’ll discuss:
How to initiate and respond to professional emails
Ten (10) rules of email etiquette
Appropriate email language
This training is appropriate for business professionals; new hires; interns; and customer service representatives.
At The Art of Storytelling we’ll discuss:
Why stories persuade audiences in a way that facts simply can’t
Types of stories that resonate
How to tell your story everywhere from interviews and speaking engagements to websites and social media
This training is appropriate for writers, speakers, authors; small business owners; marketing managers; social media managers; thought leaders; and team leaders.
This bio is for the C-Suiters.
INCLUDES A SPEAKER BIOGRAPHY + INTRODUCTION
A speaker biography is a written summary of some of the speaker's credentials, experiences, professional, and personal accomplishments. It is usually included in the program and program marketing materials to incite interest in the event. It will most likely be read silently.
A speaker introduction is the material that is read aloud to the audience before a speaker takes the stage. Although most speakers use their biographies as the introductory material, that is not the best practice. The biography is usually too long and too information filled to be read aloud to an active audience.
The speaker's introduction is crafted to be read aloud so that it is interesting to a live audience. It should be short, sweet, and engaging. Ideally, the introduction should be read in no more than 1.5 minutes.