True stories are especially powerful when you and the other party are in the same room breathing the same air. With all the hoopla focused on social media, to dynamically grow your business in this challenging time, it’s important to train all key leaders, young and old, to use basic storytelling to move your business results.

So, if you want to land a job or a new client, retain that job or client, get the attention of top brass, or persuade a team or organization to utilize a new product or procedure — we all need to be able to confidently and engagingly tell the right stories, know when and how to tell them to influence and persuade others and to differentiate ourselves, our brand or your product.

For those of you who missed it live 8/8/13, download the Google+Hangout on Personal Storytelling To Drive Business Goals sponsored by PRNewswire and CommPro.biz by clicking here. http://bit.ly/14cGsc0

Ginny Pulos is president of Ginny Pulos Communications, Inc., a speech and media consultancy, and adjunct professor at NYU’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies. She is an expert in presentation, storytelling and persuasion in corporate environments.r (www.ginnypulos.com). 

For more tips on speaking with confidence check our other blog posts. We welcome you to subscribe to our posts and the Ginny Pulos Communications Facebook page.

For those of you who really want to up your Power, Persuasion & Influence game, download free the PR Newswire & CommPro.Biz Google+Hangout: “Storytelling To Drive Business Goals” here:

PR Newswire presents: Storytelling for Business

Ginny Pulos is president of Ginny Pulos Communications, Inc., a speech and media consultancy, and adjunct professor at NYU’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies. She is an expert in presentation, storytelling and persuasion in corporate environments.r (www.ginnypulos.com). 

For more tips on speaking with confidence check our other blog posts. We welcome you to subscribe to our posts and the Ginny Pulos Communications Facebook page.

What Our Clients Say

I loved learning the vocabulary I need to help foster further growth for myself and my students.  I’ll stop using “elevator pitches,” and start using stories/brand statements.