It felt super cool… I want to go again!
First of all, I would like to say that this is an awesome story, but even the best story can be terrible with a bad storyteller. That is not at all true with this storyteller. She is the greatest storyteller I have ever heard, and I’ve heard a lot of storytellers.
She is a compelling performer with some wonderfully rewoven material and her delivery is spellbinding
Kat worked with me to prepare for a big conference. Her skills at pulling together my random thoughts & turning them into a concise story for the presentation were amazing & I have used so many of her hints & tips when being involved with other speaking events. Can highly recommend her & her work.
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.
It hasn’t only changed how I deliver presentations, but how I structure most of my client facing communications.
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
I can already see more adjectives in their writing compared to the week before the project.
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.
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.
Somewhere between a bawd and a minstrel, with a measure of ringmaster thrown in