Since humans first developed language, the most powerful communication tool was telling stories. It remains true for professional communicators, especially corporate trainers and instructional designers. Hadiya Nuriddin shows corporate educators how to discover, structure and tell stories to capture audiences’ attention. Nuriddin’s versatile, clear manual explains different models of storytelling and how to apply them. Tapping into the foundational principles of story planning, creative writing and film production, Nuriddin includes useful checklists, helpful tips, story timeline diagrams and proven story models to help you become an expert storyteller. This comprehensive presentation will serve corporate trainers, educational facilitators and all those who would like to improve their communication skills.
About the Author
Hadiya Nuriddin owns Focus Learning Solutions, an organizational learning design and development firm that provides technical and professional development courses.
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