Want to know how to connect with your audience? Your customers? Your clients? Mortified’s Storytelling Workshop is a fun and informative session designed to help your organization demystify and harness the power of communicating with narratives.

By booking a session, your team will learn fundamentals of story from the makers of Mortified through our informative and unique approach. Storytelling isn’t just a tool for writers. It’s a powerful tool for anyone– marketers, lawyers, researchers, salespeople, ministers, CEOs– that can help transform how you connect with customers. Find out why organizations including Eventbrite, Pandora, Deloitte, Cartoon Network, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis and The Future of Storytelling Summit have sought Mortified’s storytelling expertise for their private events. Mortified’s Storytelling Workshop runs 90 minutes and is open to those of any discipline.

“The Mortified storytelling workshop was an AMAZING EXPERIENCE for our team. The team gained a NEW PERSPECTIVE on how to use storytelling to better engage our audience, and had a great time doing it. Mortified’s founder, Dave, was an engaging, enthusiastic facilitator who had everyone in the room spellbound. And laughing!”
–Maddie Veal, Content Manager, Eventbrite

“Really made me realize the IMPORTANCE of human motivation in stories. I love looking at stories that way because it helps to think of how the world could be if everyone was as obsessed with stories as much as I am. It’s a great way to bring coworkers CLOSER TOGETHER, and helps frame the failures of our past in a way we can use for the future.”
– Liz Luu, Development Department Assistant, Cartoon Network Studios

“We brought Mortified in to help my sales team think outside the box when it comes to storytelling. It was a FUN workshop that GOT US TO THINK much differently about storytelling and its role in sales than we had been prior. We would hire them again if we had the need!”
– Tamara Bedrosian, Vice President, CPG & Retail, Pandora

“The workshop HELPED ME to realize that awkward moments can make the most interesting stories and those stories are the ones that usually connect people the most. The CONNECTION is the very thing that makes any story awesome so therefore awkward moments are indeed AWESOME MOMENTS!”
– Audra Bryant, Recording Studio Coordinator, Cartoon Network Studios