After working with countless cultures across the world, Kristin is the master of illustrating how to tap into the power of the human story to break down mis-perceptions, connect with clearer communication and give space for all voices to be heard to shift from problem oriented to creative solution driven. Contagious in a good way, her talks are not only practical, but filled with exuberance, heart and joy!
Kristin Pedemonti is a TEDTalks Talent Search finalist, award-winning Storyteller/Speaker, facilitator, trainer and coach. She’s made global impact presenting on 5 continents for 50+ countries. Kristin connects: whether factory workers or CEOs, Senior Directors or farmers in the field. She believes every human being is of value and every encounter is an opportunity to learn. Clients include: World Bank, Colorado Coalition for the Homeless, MIT, JP Morgan and others. She’s the author of three books including, A Bridge of Stories chronicling the sale of her home & possessions to create/facilitate a volunteer project donating programs for 33K students and 800 teachers.
Change Management, Communication, Culture, Productivity, Storytelling
World Bank President Jim Yong Kim and his team were very impressed. All of the presenters really appreciated and benefited from your coaching. Presentations all went very well.
Phil Karp Lead Knowledge Management Specialist (World Bank)
Thanks to you, I felt confident and ready, despite the fact that I was quite sleep-deprived and over-worked that week. The preparation really paid off given the conditions. In the end it turns out I was the highest rated Big Idea talk, just wanted to thank you again for all of your help.
Fiona Grieg JP Morgan Chase
Months after completing your program, I am still experiencing the personal and professional aftershocks of the insights I made. Thank you for helping me reclaim my narrative. As a woman and an abuse survivor, I found this profoundly empowering.
When it comes to navigating change and obstacles in the workplace, the tendency is for each person to try and cope on their own which only serves to shut communication down, create isolation and even more stress and chaos. Once the human connection is lost, productivity and the opportunity for creative solutions decrease. The key is to inspire employees and bosses to tap into the power of the human connection to come together and view obstacles as openings to create something extraordinary.
In this groundbreaking presentation, the audience will:
Hans Rosling said, “It is never about the data, it is about human beings.” We crunch numbers and get lost in technical jargon that puts listeners to sleep. Numbers and boring facts are only part of the story. It is the human story that connects people and propels them to take action.
In this revealing and entertaining presentation, the audience will:
The stories we tell ourselves about ourselves combined with the stories we consume impact our view of self, our interactions with others both on the job and in our personal lives, and our ability to navigate challenges as well as how we see the world around us. Without resilience, employees experience burnout, loss of productivity and the inability to communicate effectively with co-workers.
In this highly interactive presentation, the audience will: