Storytelling Training & Development Workshops.

Story Space provides storytelling training programmes. Stories and storytelling are powerful forms of communication that influence all aspects of our lives. We use stories to connect with others and as a way to share our values and passions. Storytelling brings wise insights into contemporary issues, it builds resilience and also identifies possibilities for the future. The crafting of stories is creative and provides opportunities for personal growth and professional development. Communicating these stories in either a spoken or written form is empowering for individuals, communities and organisations.

Storytelling Training

“I would highly recommend Carol’s storytelling training to organisations looking to improve their understanding of who they are and how they communicate to different audiences.”

Story Space works across many fields including education, the arts, and business sectors, and delivers a range of inspiring sessions that promote creativity and skill development. These workshops use engaging activities to consider different types of stories and to explore how they can be used. Follow-on coaching then explores storytelling techniques so that participants can share their stories in an effective and memorable way.

Storytelling for Business Programmes

Speaking and Presentation Skills Training

Other workshops include:

Writing Workshops

Wellbeing Workshops

Connect – Create – Communicate

Whatever the setting, whether it’s a Community group, a Non-Profit or a Corporate organisation, the principles of finding, crafting and telling stories are the same. With careful listening and reflecting we can find the best way to capture and tell the stories that matter.

Connect with your purpose or vision.

Create the story.

Communicate it to your audience.

Find out more about Story Space workshops and business storytelling programmes:

Story Space

Stories make us more alive, more human, more courageous…” Madeleine L’Engle

“Story is the only language understood by the whole mind.” Ted Hughes