Ten Storytelling Tips To Help You Be More PersuasiveBlog / Produced by The High Calling
Studies have shown that when presenters tell stories instead of just relaying facts and statistics, listeners are more likely to retain information. In a recent Fast Company article, David Lavenda asked Susan Fisher, a communications expert, to share some of her ideas on telling better stories at the office. Click the link below for Fisher’s "Top 10 tips for becoming a more effective storyteller at work."
A video series on how Christians in different industries view their work. Hosted by Sean McDonough.
Contributors: Dena Dyer
Published by The High Calling, August 9, 2013. Image by The High Calling . Used by permission.
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