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Storytelling to Engage with Daniel Murray

May 24 @ 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Free - A$150.00
This session will look at the critical steps to building, creating and delivering powerful messages

Storytelling to engage, influence and inspire

Storytelling is one of the oldest, and most powerful ways we communicate.

In our complex modern world, it is so easy for our communication to be drowned out in a sea of noise. Being able to create stories that capture your audience’s attention, builds trust, understanding and curiosity in their minds, and, inspires them into action is a critical skill.

In this session, Daniel Murray will share key elements of effective story creation to improve your skills in identifying, crafting and delivering powerful stories. Through a focus on driving emotions and understanding communication preferences, we will piece together your signature story to move your audience to action.

Your facilitator, Daniel Murray, is the Co-founder of Empathic Consulting and former head of the IAG foundation.

Daniel Murray is a sought-after motivational keynote speaker and Business Consultant.

Through his experience working with some of the biggest companies in Australia and New Zealand, he has seen first-hand that building empathy is vital for future strategic competitive advantage.

Daniel empowers leaders to leverage empathy as a capability in order to cultivate productive teamwork and experience tangible corporate success.

Daniel has delivered keynote presentations to some of the top organizations and institutions in Australia, such as: CBA, Westpac, AGSM, IAG, Centre for Volunteering, Community Engagement Consulting Australia, 1Scope, Serenity Collective and Humanity in Business.

As a prolific writer, Daniel draws on cultural stories, metaphors and personal experience to deliver powerful content to the Australian media. His work has been featured on businesses.com.au, Oh Magazine, Kochie’s Business Builders and Now to Love.


May 24
2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Free - A$150.00
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The Centre For Volunteering