Sharing History with a Human Touch / 感動をあたえる歴史の語り方

Learn all the things we need to know to be Great Guides for Inbound Tourism guests!

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

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)

Webinar date September 3rd, 2020

興味深くかつ人を惹きつける方法でストーリーをシェアする方法を学びましょう。 ストーリーを語ることは簡単ではありません。ゲストの注目を失うことなく歴史の事実について話すにはどうしたらよいでしょうか。情報はどうやって見極めればよいのでしょうか。参加して沢山のヒントを得てください!

 

どうやって、そしてなぜ感動をあたえる歴史の語り方をするべきなのでしょうか。

 

多くの場合、歴史的情報をゲストとシェアすることはとても難しいものです。特に多くの事実、日付、そして重要な出来事が関係する場合はなおさらです。 これらの詳細をより関連付け、実用的にかつ思い出に残る方法でシェアすることは、多くのガイドが苦労している事です。

 

このオンラインセミナーでは、ストーリーテリングのテクニックをより掘り下げます。特に日本の重要な歴史を、人を惹きつける方法でシェアする実例に焦点を当て、さらに詳しく説明します。 話し手のパッションを伝えながら、歴史的な物語を語る際に必要な素晴らしいヒントとコツをシェアします。興味深いポイントを見つけて、ストーリーを理解しやすくし、あらゆるタイプのゲストに思い出深いものにするためにはどうしたらよいかをお話しします。

 

 研修内容:

  • “ヒューマンタッチ”… “感動を与える”の意味と、ツアー中に興味深くそして人を惹きつけるストーリーを語る方法を見つけます。
  • スパイスを加えてストーリーを作り、歴史をより親しみやすく魅力的な方法で伝える方法を理解します。
  • トピックとして取り上げ、そしてストーリーとして紹介するためのさまざまな方法を考え出します。
  • 皆さんにも使っていただける実際の例と状況を紹介します。
  • 自分のストーリーを整理してマップ化するツールをお教えします。
  • 歴史的情報と他愛ない事実の適切なバランスを学びます。

How and why should we tell historical stories with a human touch?

 

More often than not, sharing historical information with our guests can be quite challenging especially if it involves lots of facts, dates and important events. Sharing these details in a more relatable, practical and memorable manner is something that many guides struggle with. 

 

 

This webinar will go more in depth on storytelling techniques, especially focusing on examples of sharing the important history of Japan in an engaging way. We will share great tips and tricks on how to  relay historical stories while sharing your passion in a relatable manner. We will help you find interesting points to make your stories easier to understand and memorable for all types of audiences. 

How and why should we tell historical stories with a human touch?

 

More often than not, sharing historical information with our guests can be quite challenging especially if it involves lots of facts, dates and important events. Sharing these details in a more relatable, practical and memorable manner is

 

We want to help you:

  • Understand how history can be told in a more relatable and engaging way
  • Come up with different ways to approach a topic and introduce it as a story
  • Tools to organize and map out your stories 
  • Learn balance the right amount of historical information and trivial facts
  • Add spice to make your stories have a human touch
  • Personalize stories depending on your audience
  • Learn descriptive words and phrases to bring more passion to your stories

 

Discover the recipe to become the best guide you can be: learn about Dos and DONTs, get tips on how to be entertaining, interesting so you will become part of the best memories of your guests during their trip to Japan. Join your expert and native English speaking tour guiding coach, who will give you great advice based on real situations and examples. 

Register for 1000 yen Special Price for Seminar #1-3 attendees to reserve one of only 50 spaces at this price. (regular price is 1500 yen)

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
9/3 19:00 Start
Q&A 20:00-20:30 PM

¥1000 / Person

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