Kindra is committed to helping organizations capture attention, drive sales, and grow stronger leaders through the power of strategic storytelling. Kindra serves her story consulting clients in a variety of ways through workshops and one-on-one sessions. When you hire Kindra, you get Kindra. And while this means she can only work with a limited number of clients, you can be confident your story is in the hands of the expert herself.

One-on-One Story Session

Perfect for: Individuals and business teams who are looking for help with a specific project.

This is the preferred method of consulting for results-oriented teams & individuals designed to bring Kindra in at the critical story moment. Called the the “Story 40 Session,” Kindra and the client meet via virtual conference for an intense, 40 minute session. Prior to the meeting, clients fill out a form detailing the project, objectives and current state of the message. During the session, Kindra details exactly what changes need to be made for best results.

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Storytelling Workshop — Full Day

Perfect for: Sales Teams, Marketing Team, Executive Team, Fundraising Organizations, Associations, Small business owners

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn the psychology behind the irresistible draw of stories
  • Gain clarity on what a story actually is—a nuance lost in the sensationalism of the word
  • Discover the biggest storytelling mistake and how to avoid it
  • Understand the three­step storytelling process
  • Discuss stories that are currently being told
  • Evaluate current presentation, sales or marketing material
  • Discover the three most important stories to tell first
  • Identify possible stories to tell
  • Work on Individual stories in groups
  • Work on individual stories in front of the room with Kindra’s guidance
  • Post­Workshop deliverable from Kindra: stories for video, print, or presentations written by Kindra

Storytelling Workshop — Half Day

Perfect for: Sales Teams, Marketing Team, Executive Team, Fundraising Organizations, Associations, Small Business Owners

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn the psychology behind the irresistible draw of stories
  • Gain clarity on what a story actually is—a nuance lost in the sensationalism of the word
  • Discover the biggest storytelling mistake and how to avoid it
  • Understand the three­step storytelling process
  • Discover the three most important stories to tell first
  • Identify possible stories to tell
  • Work on individual stories in groups
  • Work on individual stories in front of the room with Kindra’s guidance