Become a Better Business Storyteller with Seven Tips
Sign-up for Shawn Callahan’s online Course, 7 Tips to Be a Better Business Storyteller, and learn from one of the world’s experts
Since 2004, we have helped thousands of people become better business storytellers. We’ve equipped them with the skills they require to stand in front of their colleagues, peers, and employees and get their ideas across without relying on the crutch of a PowerPoint deck.
Anecdote Founder Shawn Callahan’s 7 Tips to Be a Better Business Storyteller is the perfect introduction to business storytelling or a refresher for those wanting to improve how they use story. The course includes over 40 minutes of video instruction on how to find and tell effective business stories and a series of practice exercises that will help you develop the habit of business storytelling.
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What people are saying about the course
“Shawn is a master of his art and this course gets right to the heart of how to become a great business storyteller. The format is simple to work with, and the organisation allows it to be fit into a busy schedule. Thoroughly recommended.”
“From spotting to embedding, to refreshing your ‘s-words’, this is a fast and easily applicable course for those looking to up their storytelling game.“
“Quick, engaging, and insightful videos to guide viewers through their own journey of storytelling learning and implementation.”
“Shawn gives a passionate exposé of business storytelling fundamentals.”
“Good and impactful set of pointers to get the habit of storytelling in business. The concepts can also be used to boost your own personal brand.”
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Shawn is the author of the award-winning Putting Stories to Work. He is the founder of Anecdote, one of the world’s leading business storytelling consultancies. Shawn works around the world helping leaders find and tell their stories so their message is clear and memorable. He has had the privilege of assisting Global 1000 companies such as IBM, Shell, Mars, and KPMG.