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.
As complexity continues to increase, more than any other time in history, today’s business leaders urgently need to summarize large volumes of information into meaning, that meaning into insight, and that insight into an inspiration for action. How many leaders within your company you know that are doing this effectively: whether during a presentation, conference call, or an internal meeting?
If you look around your company, most likely you will find most executives and managers providing information whereas their audiences crave for meaning. Why can’t even the highest performing business leaders tell effective, meaningful stories? The sad fact is that most of us were never taught how to structure our information into a meaningful story, and our people are too frightened to tell us the plain truth: “Boss, please stop. You are boring us to death!”
Through video-taped case studies, discussions, and hands-on-practice, this seminar shows you how to organize any business information into a meaningful story so that your audience can understand you, agree with you, and be motivated to act on your behalf.Agenda
- How do most leaders present their ideas (video-taped case studies)
- Five factors that must be aligned to make an effective story
- A three-step process and tools for transforming information a compelling story
- Hands-on practice with personalized feedback
- Recommended learning resources for self-study