Jan 26, 2016
I coach supervisors, managers, and front line employees who want to work in their highest potential. As a trainer who trains trainers, I also invite you to subscribe if you are developing your professional training career.
Learn how to apply the story-telling training technique in this week's episode when Catherine shares two examples she has used successfully to train participants with successful results!
Sharing your knowledge in staff meetings or as a key note speaker can be challenging. How will you make the information interesting? How will you surprise people by sharing information in a way that is new to them?
Wrap your learning points in a story.
Tap into your life experience and you will find delivery methods unique to you! Key experiences or relationships are the perfect go-to place for context in which you can frame learning points.
If this approach is going to work for you, you need to take your audience there, to that moment, that day, that time in your life, by telling a terrific story. Establish a consistent format for sharing each learning point; something you say before each of the main points. In this way the audience is flagged to pay close attention, even though they might be caught up in the story you are sharing.
Listen to Catherine's stories and think about the experiences in your life you can translate into powerful training moments.
Connect with Catherine Goggia:
Enroll in her Udemy Course – LEAD YOURSELF FIRST
Twitter: Catherine Goggia@goggia
My book on Amazon for college student success: