オンラインセミナー :訪日旅行客に伝わる・響くストーリーの作り方

Learn Excellent Storytelling Techniques for Inbound Guests

Book Now for our Special Online Seminar for Inbound Tourism Professionals in Japan

Webinar date August 20th, 19:00 PM

Discover the power of storytelling as an essential part of being a tour guide, and learn great tips on how to be a great guide for Inbound Tourism Guests!

Do you ever wonder how to present information in a very engaging and fun way? Do you struggle with how to tell a story without memorising the words?

Effective speakers use stories to connect with their audiences and deliver their message in a powerful way.

Telling stories is a common way we communicate with each other: with family during dinner, drinking coffee with a friend, this is how we engage with each other. Doing a tour with guests should be the same. Join your expert and native English speaking tour guiding coach, who will give you great advice based on real situations and examples.

This webinar will help you find techniques to be a great storyteller! Discover the recipe for delivering interesting information on your tours using storytelling and offer your guests an experience they will remember forever.

We will share tips on how to make your stories sound more authentic and compelling. You can use stories to connect with guests in the most memorable and engaging way!

Join your expert and native English speaking tour guiding coach, who will give you great advice based on real situations and examples.

In this webinar (the third in our series) you will:

  • Find out about Storytelling in general, how it can be reflected on your tours.
  • Learn how to tell a story the best way: get real examples and situations you will be able to reuse.
  • Discover ways to make your stories fun and authentic
  • Learn how to integrate gestures, tone of voice, manner of speaking to your story telling
  • Get to know why each audience is different and how to adapt your tour stories accordingly.
  • Get tips on how to come up with stories specifically related to tour guides. Understanding the elements of vocal expression and vocal energy work.

On this session we will discover different ways on how to sound more natural using some great expressions for your own tours. Our native English speaker host will help share different ways to deliver your thoughts in a more natural and understandable manner. A normal English lesson is usually 3000-4000 an hour or more so this is a great value!)

With almost 30,000 guests on our tours since we started in 2016, a 5-stars rating and a Certificate of Excellence on TripAdvisor and Google with more than 1400 positive reviews, and a team of 70 local guides we are experts on inbound tourism and guide training. Because our team is made up of both Japanese people and long-term residents from around the world, we have learned how to understand each other and all our guides are now perfectly trained on how to make great connections with travelers from all over the globe.

Register for 1000 yen Special Price for Seminar #1 attendees to reserve one of only 50 spaces at this price. (regular price is 1500 yen)

初回セミナーご参加者は特別に1000円でご予約できます。50席限定のこの特典をご利用下さい。(正規受講料は1500円になります)

このセミナーではオンラインWEB会議ソフトを使用します。セミナー開催日の1日前にログイン詳細をお送りします。ご質問等何かございましたらinfo@arigatojapan.co.jp までご連絡をお願いします。

We will be using online connection software for this experience. We will send you login details one day before the event. Any questions you can contact us at info@arigatojapan.co.jp

Online Seminar Schedule:

 

Currently Offering
8/20 19:00 Start
Q&A 20:10-20:30 PM

1000 / Person

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