The Science of Storytelling

Rachael Bosch and Meghan Dotter
What if you had the storytelling tools to condense your large presentation to conversations during an elevator ride or a hallway run-in?

What if you had the storytelling tools to condense your large presentation to conversations during an elevator ride or a hallway run-in?

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Note: This is not for CLE. Part of the ABA Career Center's free Career Development Series which takes place every second Friday of the month.

Storytelling in a corporate setting is known for its persuasive power. Why does it work and what can we learn from it to communicate more effectively? If you’re working on a new project or initiative, you’re likely looking to your colleagues for support. Ideally, you could present your ideas cohesively with a polished presentation, but that rarely happens. What if you had the storytelling tools to condense your large presentation to conversations during an elevator ride or a hallway run-in? Join us at this lively session and get the tools to articulate your ideas, whether you’re presenting to a group of five or 500.

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This webinar is part of the Career Development Series published by the ABA Career Center. The Career Development Series is a monthly webinar series that contains practical tips on job search and professional development issues for seasoned and newer lawyers alike. Webinars take place on the second Friday of every month.

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Rachael Bosch is the managing director of professional development at Fringe Professional Development in Washington, DC.

Meghan Dotter is the principal at Portico PR in  Arlington, Virginia.

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