June 8, 2018 All Day
From TreeHouse Artists Design to The Makery
Our guest: Kim Weitkamp, corporate consultant, non-profit coach, business owner, storyteller
Please join us Monday, June 11th at:
4 p.m. Eastern
3 p.m. Central
2 p.m. Mountain
1 p.m. Pacific
12 noon Alaska
Call: (712) 451-0524
Access code: 428836#.
In this story lab phone call, Kim will describe her work with non-profits to develop stories to inspire their volunteer work force.
Kim has experience as an entrepreneur, creating TreeHouse Artists and Road Candy Records, specifically to cater to the needs of spoken word artists. She is now also the proud owner of The Makery, a yarn, thread, and craft lounge.
From her LinkedIn page, Kim says "I believe in the power of story. A business or an organization that does not know its own story will never reach its full potential, no matter how much they've strategically planned."
She goes on to say, "Employees can become ambassadors, sales can increase, teams can run smoother, client relations can become more solid, and peer relations can flourish if story communication is utilized. I receive a great amount of joy watching the bulb click on as I teach non-profits and businesses how to make storytelling profitable on many levels."
Kim speaks to tens of thousands of people every year. For over a decade she has specialized in spinning life lessons into humorous presentations that enlighten, educate, and entertain. Kim has been a presenter for high profile non-profits around the country. She's provided leadership training, keynotes, and presentations for some of Forbes most recognized companies, employing the patience and humor necessary to tackle the challenges faced by businesses, organizations, and associations.
And be sure to take a look at Kim's LinkedIn site here.
And for four minutes of joy, check this link to Kim's performance of "The Lap" at Timpanogos Storytelling Festival.