|Author||: Karen Dietz|
|Publisher||: John Wiley & Sons|
|Total Pages||: 391|
|Rating||: 4/5 (214 Downloads)|
Download or read book Business Storytelling For Dummies written by Karen Dietz and published by John Wiley & Sons. This book was released on 2013-12-04 with total page 391 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Ready to hone your storytelling skills and craft a compelling business narrative? Professionals of all types -- marketing managers, sales reps, senior leaders, supervisors, creatives, account executives -- have to write. Whether you're writing an internal email or a social media post, a video script or a blog post, being able to tell a good story can help ensure your content resonates with your intended audience. Storytelling is an art, but there’s a method behind it that anyone can learn. Full of practical advice and real-world case studies, Business Storytelling For Dummies is a friendly, no-nonsense guide that will help you tell more engaging stories in your business presentations, internal communications, marketing collateral, and sales assets. Connecting with customers through storytelling can help you build trust with your audience, strengthen your brand, and increase sales. Look to Business Storytelling For Dummies to Learn the elements of storytelling and how to use them effectively Become a better listener to become a better storyteller Make your stories come to life with relatable details Back up your story with data points Use the power of storytelling to effect change Choose the perfect format to tell your story Startups, small businesses, creative agencies, non-profits, and enterprises all have a story to tell. Get the book to explore examples, templates, and step-by-step instruction and create your own compelling narrative to tell your story to the world.