The big narrative: How to communicate a disruptive message
May 16, 2018 at 9 a.m. PDT/ 12 p.m. EDT/ 4 p.m. GMT

Almost every influential leader in history has had one thing in common: a knack for telling great stories. When you’re trying to move the needle at your company—whether it’s influencing your boss, securing more funding, or disrupting your industry—you need a killer story. Save your message from getting lost in translation by weaving storytelling into all of your communications.

On Wednesday May 16th, join narrative strategist, storytelling expert, and TEDx speaker, Michael Margolis, for our most popular webinar ever, focused on how to best communicate disruptive ideas through story.

You’ll learn:

  • How to frame your message to get 90% of the room on your side
  • How to find your bigger story—no matter how technical or complex the topic
  • 10 common storytelling mistakes to avoid when delivering high-stakes presentations
  • How to turn your presentations into dynamic conversations that come alive

Plus, Michael will share a specific 3-step sequence used by many of Silicon Valley’s top leaders to deliver incredible presentations, including executives from Airbnb, Google, Facebook, IBM, Microsoft, SAP, Genentech, NASA, Greenpeace, and the Dalai Lama Fellows. The webinar starts at 9 a.m. PST/ 12 p.m. EST/ 4 p.m. GMT, so register today!

Featured Speaker

Michael Margolis

Michael Margolis is a Narrative Strategist, 2x TEDx speaker, cultural anthropologist, and renowned #Storytelling expert on Twitter with 250,000 followers. Michael is CEO of Get Storied, an advisory firm serving Silicon Valley icons, corporate intrapreneurs, and anyone changing the world. He speaks at conferences around the world, including for Google, SXSW, Etsy, Ariba, Productized, and CMX. The son of an inventor and toy designer, Michael is fascinated with how to translate ideas into cultural acceptance. His work has been featured in Fast Company, TIME, Brandweek, NPR, and Inc Magazine. Michael is a recovering nomad, having taught and lived in 15 countries and 4 continents; now at home in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is left-handed, color-blind, and eats more chocolate than the average human.