Kat is a quite remarkable storyteller, able to grip her audience from the first instant. More importantly for her work within The Challenge Factor she is able to demonstrate and train that skill to give presenters the confidence to be remarkable.
Didn’t go, but loved hearing about “the “Crystal Maze” quest which involved 5 people, no combat and a puzzle room. There were 5 really happy non-fighty players solving loads of physical puzzles. Massively enjoyed debriefing the team that did go
Delicate and visceral in equal measure.
I’ve had some super feedback about this plot. Players were involved who had never been on a plot encounter before and this included non-combat folk. Some great reports about the high quality nature of the puzzle room encounter – the sheer quantity of things for them to investigate.
I have never been to anything like this, I can’t believe how effortlessly I was drawn into each world by your descriptions
It felt super cool… I want to go again!
The way the day was set up with the various activities building up to a final presentation which incorporated the techniques we learned through the day was excellent.
Relaxed, non threatening, informative and most of all fun. It was wonderful to watch the whole group of people improve.
Somewhere between a bawd and a minstrel, with a measure of ringmaster thrown in
I have had some feedback from some of the delegates, and everyone is raving about it. They found it extremely beneficial and got a lot out of the day.
Kat’s story telling experience brings a unique facet to any project from copy writing to presentation skills training; it’s something that few can offer and even fewer can apply to professional and corporate environments with great success.
Kat works so well in so many different areas – she also has very good understanding of the arts sector, is critically astute, and brought a number of fresh new initiatives to Beyond The Border 2012.