schedule Jun 29th 06:00 PM - 06:45 PM place Kalinga Hall 2 people 113 Interested

Struggled to put your point across and influence people to buy into your ideas and recommendations? Ever wondered how to weave numbers and data into a narrative? How can you compress a story and present it in five minutes, without the aid of powerpoint?

Increasingly, no matter which business you are in, you are already in the business of storytelling. As we deal with information overload, data dumps and clutter of information, storytelling has become a powerful way to communicate ideas.

Some people think numbers and stories are like chalk and cheese - very different from each other. However, the best business stories are built on the foundations of data. The Art of Business Storytelling session from Storywallahs covers all these and much more and is designed to help you leverage the power of storytelling in your work.

 
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