GIANT Storytelling for Organisations

  • Do you have new goals to communicate?
  • Are you looking for new ways to inspire your colleagues, students and employees?
  • Do you need a bigger perspective?

GIANT Storytelling for Organisations, offers a unique opportunity to develop your communication skills using story.  Together we will work to find the stories which support your message and integrate story into your communication.

Whether it’s forming presentations, public speaking, re-creating a corporate message, lecturing, or using story for team-building, Svend-Erik and Alice offer  expert storytelling coaching with insightful feedback to help you grow and develop as storytellers.

We work with businesses, charities, universities, and government organisations.

smithsonianSvend-Erik Engh is an expert in finding and crafting useful stories to enable organisations and individuals to have a GIANT’s perspective when it comes to seeing their future.

Svend-Erik Engh has over 15 years of experience in Organisational Storytelling, his clients include Copenhagen Business School, University College Copenhagen, Lego, Maersk, Microsoft Denmark and Novozymes. Svend-Erik is the world’s only Licensed Practitioner: Steve Denning Leadership Storytelling – web page 

It was obviously redeeming to tell my story. And that’s definitely not the last time. So again, thank you very much for the good tools you’ve provided me along the way … “- Camilla Nørgaard, Ph.D. student, UCC, Carlsberg Campus

Alice Fernbank is a storyteller and actress. She is an expert in developing stage presence, voice projection, and relationship to audience, giving clients the confidence to speak as themselves when they tell their story.

She has worked with academics at The University of Strathclyde and Edinburgh Napier University, and in Sweden she worked alongside Svend-Erik Engh for HIAB.

 

“It was an absolutely amazing experience…the top of any learning experience I ever had” Dr Jo Saunders, Senior Lecturer, School of Psychological Sciences and Health, University of Strathclyde.