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Infographic - 12 Top Tips & Insights for Great Storytelling


 — September 26th, 2017

Infographic - 12 Top Tips & Insights for Great Storytelling

If you Googled 'storytelling' in May 2017 you would have seen that it had been searched for 82 million times, and within four months this had climbed to over 108 million searches. The interest in storytelling is obviously phenomenal and that's not surprising given the ability of a compelling story to engage and transform perception. And as anybody in business knows, perception can make or break you. Neither was it surprising that our webinar with Rob Biesenbach, Unleash the Power of Corporate Storytelling was so hugely popular.

Which is why we created 12 Top Tips and Insights for Great Storytelling - and this infographic which you can download as a PDF by clicking here.

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