Storytelling For Non-Profits: A Podcast Conversation

What's Your Brand StoryA month ago, a colleague suggested I have coffee with Marc Stoiber as he thought we’d have lots in common linked to the ‘power of story’.  So, I did and it was an amazing conversation, which led to him interviewing me to create this podcast, Storytelling for NonProfits, on his website, Didn’t See It Coming (which is also the name of his book).

Marc is a brand consultant, entrepreneur, writer and a 25-veteran of the marketing and advertising world – and a really nice guy. He’s won just about every international industry award for his advertising and design and has written for the likes of Huffington Post, Fast Company, GreenBiz and Sustainable Life Media. So our conversation ended up being a very interesting discussion about the similarities and differences branding (through storytelling) in the private and non-profit worlds.

So, why not get yourself a cup of tea or coffee, listen to the podcast and join the conversation?

 

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About Norma Cameron, CFRE

Norma Cameron is owner and principal of The Narrative Company, formed in 2006 to help people and organizations understand and apply the “power of story”. Prior to this, Norma had over 20 years’ experience in communications, fundraising, organizational development, performance storytelling, public speaking and training. As an engaging keynote speaker and seminar leader, she works with public, private and non-profit sector clients. As a seasoned storyteller, she has performed at conferences, concerts and festivals across Canada and the UK.
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