Power of Business Storytelling
On this episode of the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Warren Tate about the Power of Business Storytelling, empathy in leadership, painting a picture of the future and visualising data through story.
We also dive deep into hyperpersonalisation, real estate, looking after your health and wellbeing, and the ability to speak clarity, conciseness and conviction.
Warren Tate – Power of Business Storytelling
Warren Tate is the author of the best-selling book “I Get You”, a certified speaking coach and has facilitated over 1,500 corporate workshops worldwide with some of the biggest brands on the planet. He is a professional speaker, Auctioneer and a Celebrant, known for his humour and ability to tell compelling stories, and is passionate about Communication can Change your Destination.
His career has included roles as a State Manager, Franchise Director & Sales Coach and Auctioneer in the real estate industry with companies such as Century21, Hodges, RUN Property and Raine & Horne Group. Most recently he is a Communication & Presentation Coach, Keynote Speaker, Facilitator and Business Coach for Compass Sales Management, Speakers Institute Corporate and Speakers Institute.
Warren talks about:
- His childhood and having a hole in his heart
- Falling in love with sales
- How Sam Cawthorn has been an influential role model
- Shifting your mindset
- Working in Westpac Bank as a bank teller
- Information age to curation age
- Using simple language as a superpower
- Power of Business Storytelling
- Painting a picture using storytelling
- Transforming data for understanding through storytelling
- The connection love drug
- Difference of a case study and a story
- Believing in your own personal story as a leader
- Power of breathing
- Importance of the Power of Pause
- The Big Bang Opportunity
- Going into real estate
- Empathetic leadership
- The balance between hyperpersonalisation and hypercollectivism
- Mental, physical and overall self-care
“We’ve moved from the information age to the curation age – who can get that information simplified enough that it lands with the audience and they take something away without needing to spend too much brain power and too much time to be able to understand what it is that you’re trying to share.” Curating content for the audience with Warren Tate on the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast.
“The best communicators are the ones that simplify down to simple language and to an average 12 year old age understanding.” Keep it simple with Warren Tate on the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast.
“When you get that empathy side working well with your entire team, that takes leadership to the next level” Warren Tate discusses empathy and leadership on the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast.
Resources Mentioned in this show:
Warren Tate https://www.warrentate.global/
Warren Tate Linkedin
Warren Tate Facebook
Warren Tate Instagram
Warren Tate Tiktok
Warren Tate Youtube
Speakers Institute www.speakersinstitute.com
Speakers Institute Corporate www.speakersinstitutecorporate.com
Craig Johns www.craigjohns.com.au
Craig Johns firstname.lastname@example.org
Craig Johns LinkedIn
Craig Johns Facebook
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Recommended Reading:I Get You! Book