- Growing your business though STORYTELLING
- How to use your stories to create your competitive advantage?
- How to gain new members through sharing stories
- How do I get people interested in my business?
- How do I not sound really hokey, fake, desperate for business or just plain boring?
- How to increase donations.
- The power of communication resides in the stories we tell
- Storytelling at Work: A powerful tool for performance improvement professionals
- Your Influence Amplifier: Enhancing Leadership Skills Through Stories
Karen Dietz, Ph.D., works with leaders and organizations who want to assemble and cultivate their most compelling stories and tell them in ways that produces results.
Her background in the diverse fields of folklore, creativity, strategy, organizational development, high performance teams, and interpersonal communication have allowed her to develop targeted approaches to executive storytelling and organizational narratives.
Lots of people tell you that stories are the way to:
— effective communication
— building a brand
— viral marketing strategies
— selling power
— and awesome blogging
Hardly anyone actually shows you how to build those effective communication and business storytelling skills.
Whether you are an entrepreneur, small business, or non-profit, you will find with specific action steps to get you propel you to that next level of success.
Karen’s approach to training is strengths based.
Teaching skills based on what you are doing right.
Sharing various options for your improvement.
She helps businesses of all types on their business stories in effective marketing strategies, branding strategues, social media, fundraising, leadership, and presentations.
To help you, she will curate the best content on business storytelling. There’s no junk here — just good how to tips, applications, and new ways to think about business storytelling.
Want to figure out how your storytelling communicationskills stack up?
Remember–whoever tells the best stories wins!
She wants you to grow your business or your career while you are having fun doing it.
By telling your story you will avoid sounding like everybody else and being like oatmeal — in bland land.
You’ll also avoid being confused about how to talk about your business when you are networking events or when meeting people.
You’ll certainly have greater clarity about what you want to share in your marketing materials.
Your stories are unique to you – it’s your stories that will help develop your unique brand.
Karen has been helping improve the performance of individuals and organizations for many years. She propels client’s leadership, culture, communications to higher effectiveness.
Walt Disney, Chase Manhattan Bank, and City of Santa Monica have engaged her to build story repertoires that connect employees, customers, and stakeholders.
With Karen, leaders have been able to identify their organization’s core story in order to better articulate brand and positioning strategies.
Wake ‘Em Up! Using Stories in Marketing, Branding & Sales