Jordan worked with my team earlier this year. It was a remarkable experience for all.... even the skeptics! They walked away with concrete improvements and I have seen many put the lessons to work in their everyday interactions to be more effective and influencing.
Executive Director, Corporate Recruiting, Richard Ivey School of Business
Storytelling Training for Organizational Teams
Why Think Like a Storyteller?
“Storytelling” is the language our human brains use to make sense of the world. By learning to Think Like a Storyteller, you and your team can develop the skills and strategies to transform dry professional messages into emotionally engaging, credibility-enhancing experiences that inspire meaning, belief and action.
Storytelling empowers us to build “bridges of connection” with our stakeholders, creating trust and understanding through shared experiences.
Build Context for Change
Storytelling helps us explain the what, how and why behind a business case in a much more compelling way than bullet points.
Engage Key Stakeholders
Storytelling lets us engage the curiosity, emotion and imagination of others, allowing them to literally see the future we’re helping them make real.
Humanize Complex Ideas & Data
Storytelling puts a face to facts and figures, improving understanding, deepening relevance and suggesting meaning that spurs action.
Jordan's ability to help us take different views and methodologies and turn them into a cohesive summary understood not only by all the participants, but by others in our organization, is truly amazing.
Director & Board Member, Advocis Canada
About Your Business Storytelling Trainer
Jordan Bower’s superpower is bridging strategy & story. The founder of Transformational Storytelling, an innovation consultancy. A graduate of the Richard Ivey School of Business. A compelling keynote speaker. An adept and playful facilitator. A vocal advocate for gender-balanced leadership. Jordan has worked with leaders at start-ups, corporations and foundations across North America. He is based in Vancouver, where he is putting the finishing touches on a book about his walking trip from Canada to Mexico. (It took 316 days and 3 pairs of shoes.)
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