Storytelling Workshops

Storytelling cuts through because it’s real. As you’ll discover for yourself, we all have hundreds of stories, each of them with a key message or messages.

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What’s the story?

It’s a question I’ve been asking for years. And for all the fabulous stories we witness on the world’s biggest stage, it's often the stories right under our nose that have the greatest impact.

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As you can probably tell, our workshops are all about having fun.

Start telling the story of our future


Life is a collection of stories.

From an early age, we read or listened to stories that have stayed with us forever. We still know where the wild things are; that Willy Wonka, while unusual, is actually a kind, generous man; and once you get over the strange colour, green eggs and ham isn’t so bad after all. Or so we’re told.

And yet, for many of us, storytelling is in our past. We’ve forgotten how wonderful it is to hear or read a story, and how fabulous it can be to tell a story. And here’s the thing: storytelling isn’t just fun, it’s also a brilliant tool for leadership and communication. And so the story begins…

Don’t worry if your story isn’t perfect; it’s not about perfection, it’s about connection. Telling a story can bring about a deep, long-lasting connection. And it’s not just about telling the story. Of equal importance is listening.

As part of our bespoke workshops we:

  • Identify your stories, specifically the ones that fit your needs – and don’t even bother with this palaver that you don’t have a story. Not true.
  • Establish why you’re telling the story, and who it’s directed to.
  • Help you build your story – excavate, craft, present.
  • At all times the focus is on authenticity – real language, real events.

As you’ll discover in this workshop, the presentation you spent hours pulling together still serves a purpose; but watch what happens when you combine it with a well constructed, authentic story.


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What people have to say:

Brad is an exceptional moderator. He honours the stories of our speakers with such compassion and genuine empathy. We are grateful to have Brad as p Read More

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For many years Brad has been a knowledgeable and engaging MC at events for our Carltonians coterie group. As well as a proud Carlton man, Brad is well Read More

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As part of his role as an Ambassador for Toyota, Brad has been the key note speaker at National Dealer Meetings, a knowledgeable and astute panellist, Read More

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Brad is one of the most powerful communicators I’ve had the pleasure of working with. Storytelling connects us, restores hope and drives change. As Read More

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Having Brad on 3AW Breakfast is always an immense pleasure. He's a huge talent. He's an engaging, charming, intelligent, funny, multi-faceted presente Read More

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Brad has for many years been an engaged Ambassador for Melanoma Institute Australia, generously volunteering his time to help us raise awareness and v Read More

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Satellite is so grateful that Brad is part of our community. We are in awe of his capacity to connect with our young people, both in sharing his own s Read More

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Brad was not only Network Ten’s Sports Presenter for nearly 20 years but a passionate ambassador for our employees and charity groups. Brad was alwa Read More

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