Over 40 people have registered for the next Geneva Communicators Breakfast on Tuesday 8 April – we look forward to welcoming you all next Tuesday!

If you missed the information on the breakfast, here it is again:

The Geneva Communicators blog is pleased to invite you to the third “Geneva Communicators Breakfast”.

Theme: How can storytelling help communicators build more memorable, authentic and compelling messages? What are the benefits of using storytelling in corporate communications compared with more traditional means of communicating? Can telling a story engage audiences and increase the “reach” of your organisation?

Guest speaker: Sue Hollingsworth, Director of Storymatters Ltd (UK).

Date: Tuesday , 8 April 2008
Time: 08h20 to 09h15.
Venue: Geneva Press Club, La Pastorale, Route de Ferney 106 – 1202 Genève (close to UN), parking available.
Map and directions can be found here.

Coffee and croissants will be provided by the International University in Geneva.

Entry is free-of-charge but please register as places are limited: Register online here>>

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Biography of guest speaker:

Sue Hollingsworth MBA has extensive experience at Director level in business and retrained as a professional storyteller in 1994. In 1996 she became a founding member of the ground breaking consultancy Storytelling in Organisations, whose mission was to explore the transformational power of story to address some of the key issues in business today. Early clients included Shell, BP, Barclays Bank, the Strategic Planning Society, RoyalSun Alliance amongst others. From 1999 – 2005 she also led the 13 week full time storytelling training at the international School of Storytelling in East Sussex and was a Director of Emerson College, an educational trust. In 2005 she founded Storymatters Ltd, gaining additional clients such as HMRC, DEFRA and The Prince’s Trust and in 2007 is a founding member of the emerging Centre for Narrative Leadership. She specialises in the use of story, usually at Director and Board level, working as both consultant and coach. The core of her work is the belief that the skilled use of narrative can transmit value and meaning in the workplace and she assists leaders to operate on the frontier where structure and creativity, fact and imagination, the personal and professional all combine to deliver maximum potency.

We look forward to seeing you at this event!

Patricia & Glenn

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