The Power of Telling Your Story at Work

How many of you have struggled with a career transition?

In the 10 years we have run AgileOrlando, many people have approached us asking questions like: How do I get a job in agile? Or how do I switch to a Product Owner, Scrummaster, or Agile Coach role? Or how do I make an even bigger career transition?

Answer: You need to tell your story and we have someone to help you with that at our November meetup: Stan Miller. I saw a short version of Stan’s fabulous talk at another meetup and immediately thought of those of you in transition or thinking about new career possibilities. I’ll let Stan describe it from here and hope you can make it. – Mark Kilby

Your story is worth telling, and how you communicate your narrative often determines an outcome. In this month’s meetup, Stan Miller will share his storytelling framework designed to accelerate your business and influence your results at work. This interactive 1-hour workshop includes an exercise designed to help turn confusion into power, and turn buzzwords into a tangible reality that your audience can touch and feel.

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Stan Miller is a career sales craftsman with more than 17 years of experience making the brands you love to look and sound like…well, the brands you love. AT&T, Regions Bank, and Walt Disney are a few of the blue-chip brands where he has offered his value. Stan specialized in strategic sales planning, and after more than a decade of experience, he joined Viewpost, an Orlando based Fintech company where he currently serves as Chief Sales Officer. His love for mentorship is what inspired him to create Career Story, which is dedicated to helping people recognize, define, and communicate their greatest impact to organizations. Career Story provides workshops, classes, and seminars built on the foundation of storytelling models and techniques. Stan also serves as a Board Member for Central Florida Non-Profit, Christian HELP, which is dedicated to helping families faced with poverty by equipping them for employment.

One last thing …
This is free to anyone who would like to attend. This is not restricted to AgileOrlando members. Please let us know if you will bring a guest so we have a good count for food orders. Hope to see you there!