Deborah Shouse is a writer, speaker, editor and creativity catalyst. Her work has appeared in periodicals such as Reader’s Digest, Newsweek, Woman’s Day, Hemispheres, Family Circle, and Ms. She is the co-author of the books Antiquing For Dummies (I DG Books) and Working Woman’s Communications Survival Guide (Prentice Hall) and the author of several business books. She and her partner Ron Zoglin do keynote presentations and workshops in storytelling. This Fifty-Minute™ Series Book is a unique, user-friendly product. As you read through the material, you will quickly experience the interactive nature of the book. There are numerous exercises, real-world case studies, and examples that invite your opinion, as well as checklists, tips, and concise summaries that rein-force your understanding of the concepts presented.

Coverage includes—

  • To demonstrate the ways that storytelling makes an effective business communication tool in the workplace

  • To explore the elements of story development as they apply to a business setting

  • To spell out how to take a story from rough draft to refined form

  • To present delivery techniques to help storytellers build connections with the audience

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