Date: 16 February, 2019
Organized by: Want Things Done
When it comes to making meaningful connections, nothing beats your personal stories.
Whether you’re going for an interview, presenting your business, pitching for investments, or building more connections at a networking event, you’ll notice:
Storytelling is an essential skill you need to get ahead in life.
We tell stories every day, but consider this: How many of us create a lasting impression? How many of us can retain the attention of the people we’re conversing with?
This workshop is limited to 10 women participants to give you personal attention and encourage peer learning. Expect no-holds-barred and value-driven feedback!
PRE COURSEWORK IS MANDATORY.
EXCLUSIVELY FOR WOMEN.
At Tell Better Stories, we’ll discover:
1. What you may have been doing wrong (and how to do them the right way)
2, Useful, actionable tips tailored to your style
3. How to effectively tell a compelling story with your own personal spin
4. Complimentary MicroGenius program to continue practicing your story and gather constructive feedback from peers
5. And much, much more
Date: Feb 16th, 2019
Time: 10am - 5pm
1000 Ice breaker and Intros
1020 Craft Your Story
1050 Find Your Cool Factor
1110 Develop Your Blueprint
1130 Personal Positioning – What Do You Want to be Known For?
1200 Elevator Pitch and Feedback
1300 Visualization and Crystallization
1330 Build Rapport and Influence
1400 Practice with Video
1430 Visual Aids and Other Communication Tools
1445 Bring on Your Personality / Style / Empathy / Authenticity
1515 Confidence and Small Talk
1545 Fine-tune Your Story and More Practice
1630 Workshop Wrap and Personal Action Plan
YOUR INSTRUCTOR: CHRISTINA TEO
A sought-after public speaker on both professional and personal growth, Christina Teo has been spotlighted on Tech In Asia, Money FM 89.3, Peak Magazine, 938NOW, and The Business Times, among other places.
As the Managing Director of a maritime accelerator, she single-handedly pitched to the local authority and raised $800K. She’s also the Chief Builder of communities Startup Asia Women and Asia Corporate Women; and Founder of freelance concierge marketplace Want Things Done and the most recently launched she1K, the world’s 1st corporate executive women network and collective fund.
Prior to these startups and communities, she worked at CSL, O2, Yahoo!, 3Com, DEC, IBM, Acer, and IDC.
She’s a culturally savvy world citizen having worked and lived in Europe, Asia, and New York. During her corporate career, Christina also launched the world’s 1st Microsoft Windows-based PDA smartphone with O2. She was constantly headhunted by recruiters and credits her storytelling skills as one of the reasons she never fails to make a great first impression.
Christina’s also known for creating WomenChangemakers, the always sold out one-of-a-kind experiential event where a group of C-level women executives talk candidly about their personal changes and the impact it made on their lives. One attendee calls it, “[The] best event in Singapore!”
It was the past 6 WomenChangemakers events that led Christina affirms the power of storytelling and its valuable insights.