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Effective Communication using Storytelling Techniques | May 2024

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Tuesday 14th May, 20241 x Day€7512


Participants in this course will get an understanding of the importance of the language used in organisations and its’ origins. It will outline why storytelling is a powerful method to apply to communications in modern organisations.

You will review and assess two storytelling techniques that can be applied. Participants will receive an approach to presentations in three parts, namely, what to do before you begin, tools to help build your presentation, and tips for after your

The day will include individual and group exercises to bring these techniques to life.

What will this course cover?

A different prospective on the language we use in organisations.

Toolkits to apply storytelling techniques in business communications.

Practical tips to improve the standard of written communication.

Working with peers to bring techniques to life.

Participant profile/Who can apply/Eligibility

This course is suitable for anyone working in the creative industries that would like to improve their communication and presentation skills.

All enquiries should be directed to Fran Keaveney at

Tutor information

Rory Martin is Director of Strategy and Business Development at Sky with over 20 years’
experience working with C-Suite and Board level in multinationals. His passion for making the
most of our finite resource, time, led him to creating this module to help participants
communicate more effectively.




Course fee €75 per person.

Deadline for course registration and payment

Monday 6th May 2024

Dates and times of the course

Tuesday 15th May – 10.00 to 16.00

Due to our funding, this course is only available to those resident in the Republic Of Ireland.
For any queries, please contact

Please apply below.

If all places are sold please register your interest with Fran Keaveney and we will run an additional course if there is sufficient demand.

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