What would it be like if you were to speak and people hung on your every word? What would it be like if your team engaged in your message and took action after hearing it?
InspireMe is a programme that enables participants to structure stories in such a way that they leave lasting impressions on audiences. It provokes thought and action through emotional narrative and provides the opportunity to learn how to connect and deliver a message through impactful communication.
Are you ready to unlock the latent power of stories?
Anyone looking to master delivering confident stories that influence thinking, feelings and actions, with guaranteed engagement.
4 hours of facilitation.
10 hours of app learning.
Over 3 weeks
The world is changing at a rapid pace and the old "rules" that we so often work by may no longer be helpful. With advances in technology and travel, our audiences have never been bigger and our reach has never had so much potential. How do we help our people adapt to these changes and how do we develop to cater for new cultures and audiences? How do we ensure our people work effectively together and feel safe and valued in their working environment?
Understanding why a story must be crafted and told is the first place to start. If we don’t know where we are going then how will our audience know which way to follow. Our story star structure lays out all of the steps participants need in order to create a story that resonates and does what it is intended to do. Our welcome session introduces the story star structure and participants learn how combining this with purpose, impact and intrigue goes to make the best start to a compelling story.
Participants get the chance to embellish their story through introducing vulnerability and stagecraft techniques. By filming their first attempt they receive feedback through the app giving them specific pointers as to which strengths to build upon and which aspects to improve.
Smaller groups come together and get the chance to try out their amended stories in a group coaching session. This is where individuals get to hone their structure and stagecraft in order to create the impact they want when they tell their stories.
With all of the insight and feedback they have received from the cohort and their expert coach they go to town on refining and rehearsing their stories. The experience comes to an end when they join the last of the live sessions. They deliver a dress rehearsal performance of their story, safe in the knowledge that their new found confidence and narrative has the impact they intend and audiences start to think, feel and do something after hearing it.
We love a challenge here at New Wave Learning, especially one that develops our approach. So we were over the moon when Sarah Dena from law firm Royds Withy King agreed to partner with us on our MoveMe programme.
Royds Withy King