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Storytelling for Business

Ginny Pulos Storytelling

Storytelling for Business adds dynamic, powerful tools to a leader’s skill set. Rather than telling data, facts, or doing an information dump, stories are what engage and move people to action. For facts and statistics to have relevance, there must first be trust and it’s the stories we tell that establishes that trust. The fact is, if you have no emotional contact, you have no impact. Stories that are brief, true, relevant, engage an emotion and end on a high note, make the difference between position power and personal power for success. One leader said, “Bottom line: Unless you use both your personal and your position power, you aren’t getting the most from your work, your experience, your life or your team.” All leaders must experience this powerful, proven program to make today’s smart managers tomorrow’s leaders — and to build team strength and confidence. Learn to use this most powerful tool to engage others for success!

We offer one on one coaching: customized program, retainer options CEOs: customized coaching, retainer options, plus, customized programs specifically designed to meet your company’s targeted persuasive communication needs.


We Specialize in Coaching & Training For

  • VPs, Senior Managers & Directors

  • New Product Pitches
  • Individuals
  • Sales Teams
  • Marketing Teams
  • Communication Teams
  • Innovation Teams

  • Public Relations Teams
  • Advertising Teams

Our Clients Learn

  • the ability to deliver impact in every presentation
  • the ability to handle “hot seat” Q&A
  • the power to establish influential relationships with senior management
  • and, most important, confidence to use true stories to drive business results

Key Topics Include

  • A full-day persuasive presentation skills seminar with a competition.
  • A full-day storytelling skills in business seminar with a competition.
  • A stress management/rehearsal techniques seminar the day before final competition.
  • On-camera private coaching sessions for each participant.
  • Keeping a daily journal of personal observations on power, persuasion, and influence.
  • And, finally, a timed story competition on the theme of persuasion, with strong audience participation by co-workers, friends, and family, who also choose the winners.

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I am very glad Women In Leadership was able to bring you to our campus.  I learned how to better view my experiences and the skills to translate them into something valuable.  I’ll use this skill in interviews and career letters.