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Event Details

*The seminar HAS BEEN POSTPONED to "JULY 18" due to typhoon.

This seminar is on a first-come-first-served basis, maximum 30 persons.

The maximum number of registrants per company is 3. If you wish to register more than 3 participants, please contact AmCham Taipei office.

Do you find yourself in this situation: the amount of information you receive keeps increasing but the time you have to process, organize, and summarize that information keeps decreasing? That's the reality for most executives and senior managers in today's multinational companies.

As complexity of information and interaction increases, our challenge is finding a systematic framework and process for transforming complex information into meaningful stories that are not only easy to comprehend and recall but also valuable.

Through video-taped case studies, discussions, and hands-on-practice, this seminar will show you how to structure complex information into a meaningful story so that your audience can understand you, agree with you, and take the recommended action.


  1. Clarifying the difference between information, meaning, and value
  2. How to transform any amount of information into a three-sentence story
  3. A four-step process to validate the story
  4. Hands-on practice with on-the-spot feedback
  5. Recommended learning resources for self-study


  • WZ

    William Zyzo

    Managing Director of Z&A Knowledge Solutions

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Members/Member company employees

AmCham Taipei member company employees only (breakfast / lunch / tea break included)

TW$ 5,500

(breakfast / lunch / tea break included)

TW$ 6,500

Ticket Refund Policy

To cancel without penalty, written cancellation must be received by AmCham 24 hours before the event, or else full Price of the event will be charged. Expense for any guests invited by an AmCham member will be billed to the member’s account directly.