To envision the future is one thing, getting others to go there with you is another. By harnessing the power of persuasive communication, you, too, can turn your ideas into a movement. It's important to understand how your audience thinks and feels and communicate to them well in order to help move others forward. You can connect with an audience in a way that resonates by tapping into something that already exists in their hearts and minds.

Based on their extensive research on organizational transformation through storytelling and movements, Nancy Duarte and Patti Sanchez will lay out a plan to help you lead people through the five stages of transformation. You'll learn how to use speeches, stories, ceremonies, and symbols to help you succeed as a leader. You have the potential to not only anticipate the future and invent creative initiatives, but also to inspire those around you to support and help execute your vision. This PRO seminar will help you harness that potential and put it into play.

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  • Date: January 21, 2016
  • Presenter: Nancy Duarte
  • Element: Create
  • Topic: Writing, Content
  • Price: FREE

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Nancy Duarte is CEO of Duarte Design. She released Resonate: Present Visual Stories That Transform Audiences (Wiley, 2010), which identifies hidden story structures inherent in great communication. She authored the award-winning book slide:ology: The Art and Science of Creating Great Presentations (O'Reilly Media, 2008), where more than 20 years of experience is distilled into visual-communication best practices.