Storytelling is the critical skill of the 21st century. Being a better storyteller, knowing how to connect with people in an irresistible way, will make you the type of influential person who can be a better leader, a better marketer, a better seller, and be a better PERSON in business.
Kindra Hall attended her first storytelling festival, the National Storytelling Festival in Jonesborough, Tennessee, where she found herself among thousands of people gathered under a large yellow and white striped circus tent crammed in on tiny white folding chairs. It was there that she watched the best storytellers in the world.
In awe of how compelling they were, she spent the last 20 years learning and researching how anyone can take the everyday moments in our lives and create stories people simply can't resist.
Developed to help individuals in any role, the Steller Storytelling Workshop provides a proven process for anyone who desires to be a more compelling and persuasive communicator.
Understand the Irresistible Power of Strategic Storytelling
Learn and identify the 4 Components that make a Story that Sticks
Master the process for creating stories that sell
Attract stakeholders with the story of why it all began.
Influence customers with stories that make you & your products more relatable
Use stories to gain buy-in to your cause as a person or company
Kindra Hall is a National Champion storyteller (yes, they have those), member of the Board of Directors of the National Storytelling Network, and has her master’s degree in communications, where she conducted original research studying the role of storytelling in defining and revealing organizational culture.Kindra is a former Director of Marketing and VP of Sales. Today, Kindra’s work can be seen at Inc.com, Entrepreneur.com and as a contributing editor for SUCCESS Magazine. Kindra’s message spans all industries and her clients include Facebook, Hilton Hotels, Tyson Foods, Target, Berkshire Hathaway and the Harvard Medical School. Her book, Stories That Stick, is a Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestseller.