Narrative Storytelling in a Corporate World
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- Narrative Storytelling in a Corporate World
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- One hour for the main presentation and questions. Sometimes presenters stay longer to answer additional questions from participants.
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Digital and social media platforms have made the internet the world's largest water cooler. Our brand image is no longer what we tell people; it's what they tell one another. News releases, advertising and snappy slogans have given way to "engagement" and "brand narrative" in corporate communications.
This webinar will explore how companies can respond to the higher stakes in corporate communications with compelling narrative storytelling.
What Will I Learn:
- The elements of narrative storytelling
- How to get started
- What makes good stories
- How to tell good stories
- Lessons from legacy media
- How to train your staff
Who Should Take this Course:
Corporate communications managers and employees, freelancers who write or edit news releases or marketing content, and anyone who is interested in using storytelling in nontraditional ways.
Teresa Schmedding is the president of the American Copy Editors Society and the deputy managing editor/digital for the Daily Herald Media Group, which has won numerous headline contest awards. She organized the national Plagiarism Summit in 2013 and the Leadership Summit of journalism organizations in 2014.
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