Leadership Storytelling

Proven, step-by-step guide to storytelling for leaders, managers, business owners, engineers and professionals!


Thank you so very much for taking this course! For someone whose central theme in life is gratitude, this means a whole lot to me. Thank you.

How do you speak in a way that your audience will listen? And what if the audience is your own team, bosses, peers, customers or other stakeholders? Knowing very well that audience are always short on time and attention, you have to really work your magic to communicate your message to them - be it improved performance, reduction in cost, sticking to the timeline, kicking off a project, selling a product or service or simply making a point.

While you can throw numbers and facts at your audience, the likelihood of them understanding, let alone remembering them, is slim to none. On the other hand if you can learn to tell a story and wrap your message as part of that, then that will certainly make the point and make it memorable beyond just the time they are sitting in front of you.

That is what stories do. And they do it powerfully well.

Now, anyone can learn to tell a story. With a simple template anyone can tell a story the same way that professionals do. Combine it with proven nonverbal techniques, you now have a winning combination to win the hearts and minds of any audience. That is exactly what this course does.

I know this because I have done it for over 20 years now. And it has worked time and time again. Consistently. Today it is the single best tool in my communication toolkit.

I am inviting you to take this journey with me. I will be with you on this journey. Explaining everything from the very basics.

Write to me. Hit me up on Twitter. I will be happy to help.

Thank you again. I am grateful you are taking this course. My very best for your success in this journey.

Joseph Prabhakar



Intended Audience: Leaders, Managers

Why is this called the PRO series course?
Why is this course different?
Who is this course for?
What will this course teach you?
What this course is NOT about?
How should you learn to tell a good story?
Detailed Course Overview
Why stories?
Where can I use stories?
Video 1
Video 2
How long should my stories be?
What is your leadership story?
Why are personal stories relevant in a corporate setting?
What feeling do you want to leave behind?
Different types of stories
Video 3
Why should anyone care?
Story scripting
Making your story interesting
Three important ingredients to storytelling
Exercise One
What if you don't have a story for a situation?
Exercise Two
The context of the story (Setup)
Video 1
Building the outline of the story
Making the story concise
Exercise Three
The heart of the story (Struggle)
Personal Hell Experience
Video 2-1, 2-2 and 2-3
Make it about them
Bringing it all together (Solution)
Video 3-1, 3-2 and 3-3
Exercise Four
How much time should I spend in each section?
Spicing up the story
Exercise Five
Formulating the call to action
Exercise Six
Video 1-1, 1-2 and 1-3
Non Verbal Communication techniques
Eye contact
Vocal Variety
Exercise Seven
The attentive audience
Bringing it all together
Story Progression - Take One - The original Story
Story Progression - Take two - Concise, Theme driven and Living the story
Story Progression - Take three - The three act story and Sticking the landing
Story Progression - Take four - Incorporating non-verbals into your story

What's included

  • 50 Video Lessons
  • 14 Text Lessons

  • Works on all devices
  • Certificate of completion

Joseph Prabhakar