Transform your organization with listening and storytelling
Storytelling, science shows, is hard-wired into the brain, which makes audiences highly receptive to stories. The personal story leverages that innate receptivity more than other forms of business storytelling because listeners make a personal connection. Salespeople, Chief People Officers, executives and teams all benefit from using an emotionally resonant story at the right time for the right purpose with the right audience.
Train new hires with stories from their peers. An innovative story-based training solution.
Sales and Customer-centricity
When salespeople tell personal stories, they share with customers the emotions and experiences at the core of your product or service.
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How we use storytelling
Storytelling in sales has a proven track record and is pervasively utilized. But, where do sales stories go once they’ve been used? Does your organization have a storytelling culture that 1) shapes and influences great sales stories and 2) cycles successful stories back into the culture for training and archiving?
Storytelling is not business as usual. It asks us to take a deep-dive into our motivation, our best practices, our goals, and the history of our mission. It is also not an unruly creative act, but a discipline—in our case, a 7 step method—that lays a solid foundation upon which to build confidence, clarity, and creativity as well.
Really enjoying the training session that Narativ is providing our team on Storytelling today. Probably one of the most interesting sales training I’ve seen in a very long time. Bravo!Mindy Bruns
Businesses can use stories to get clients to better understand the company’s work, to connect employees to one another and to management, and to give a voice to those who don’t otherwise have one. — Entrepreneur Narativ's work with New York Habitat demonstrated that...
In a meeting where attention-spans may be short, you'll be looking for a story that quickly grabs your audience's attention, and leaves a strong impression. Ideally, your listeners would feel what you want them to feel (and be inspired to do what you want them to do!)...