The Power of Effective Storytelling for Tech Leaders

Being a good leader, especially in tech, is about knowing how to tell powerful stories

 30 November | 13:00 - 14:00 ET

Are you a leader, expert, or entrepreneur in tech? Then this webinar is for you! As tech leaders, we tend to get up caught up in technical details and industry jargon. The ability to articulate and simplify complex technical concepts into a story can:

  • Bridge the gap between tech-savvy and the non-technical teams, clients, and prospects. This is particularly beneficial when dealing with stakeholders who may not have a deep understanding of technology, but whose decisions and actions are instrumental to the success of a project or a strategy.
  • Inspire and motivate your teams
  • Wield a powerful influence over decision-making processes whether internally or with stakeholders and clients

Join us for this jam-packed, interactive, 45-minute Power of Effective Story Telling for Tech Leaders. We will cover:

  • The core principles and process of communicating with impact

  • Crafting a structure for any presentation, pitch or meeting

  • The neuroscience of storytelling

  • Storytelling craft, tools and techniques

  • Performance techniques including body language, status voice, and more

  • Virtual setup and visuals

  • A Complimentary e-copy of "Impact - Simplify, Transform, Perform Pitches and Presentations"

You’re in the right place if you are:

  • A senior leader or expert in the tech industry focused on establishing credibility, authority, and making a influential and positive impact 

Nick Kindler

Nick Kindler has worked with thousands of leaders across the world to help them have more impactful communication. As a TEDx speaker, TEDx Toronto Head of Programming, and Singularity University Head of Programming, and author of ‘Communicate with Impact’, Nick is a top global communication expert that has worked with leaders at companies like Manulife, Moneris, London Drugs, and many more.

What People Are Saying:

I had the feeling that nothing good could be done through remote/Teams communication. I found it was not true at all! I understood that remote presentations require the same preparation level (or more) than traditional in person presentations.

Bouvel Chloé - Eurofins

All employees, regardless of industry, function or role within an organization, can benefit from communicating in a more compelling manner. I recommend anyone with a desire to communicate more effectively to engage with Nick and team to find an offering that best-suits their needs.

Alex Flint - Marketing Director, Neurology

My team provided me with the following feedback after the workshop: “The workshop is full of valuable content. Having the opportunity to apply the exercises in the moment is important for a hands-on person like me.



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