Ben Baker Speaks

The stories I tell are relevant, engaging, compelling and repeatable. The goal is to invite people to be part of something they want, value and need and demonstrate how my clients can fulfill that need.

Ben Baker Speaks

The stories I tell are relevant, engaging, compelling and repeatable. The goal is to invite people to be part of something they want, value and need and demonstrate how my clients can fulfill that need.

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For the last 20 years, my goal has been to help develop and tell my client’s stories in compelling ways

I believe in stories. Every brand, whether it is personal or that of a company, has a unique story to tell that, engages their particular audience, draws them in, helps them to understand the value of the brand and creates a tool for that brand’s story to be retold. It is my job to help people find their story and tell it in ways that are compelling, authentic and memorable.

It is always been about telling a compelling story!

“Ben gave a fantastic presentation, kept us engaged and gave some creative tips – thank you!”

Who’s in the room?

I work with my clients to understand what their objectives are, what their brand is about and who their audience are. I want to develop talks that speak directly to the audience in front of me. . . to involve them and let them learn through being part of the process.

Human Resources

The Invisible Audience

The value of effective internal communication.

Sales

Being Unique in a Cookie Cutter World

How to embrace your uniqueness. 

Leadership

Telling the Story of Change

How to communicate change effectively. 

Key Takeaways
  • If you talk at people instead of talking to them, how do you expect them to engage?
  • An informed and excited workforce is your ally.
  • Your best brand champions come from within.
  • Valued and engaged employees stay and help build a company.
Key Takeaways
  • If you are the same as anyone else, why should people care?
  • If people understand your value, they will talk about you!
  • Businesses that are unique are not commodities!
  • A unique business has a niche audience which will be more loyal.
  • Before you can communicate your value. . . you need to understand it.
Key Takeaways
  • How to spot change within a company.
  • How to look if that change is being communicated properly.
  • Ways to communicate effectively both inside and outside an organization effectively that change so people understand the ramifications.

“Great simple examples and some excellent stories on how to capture clients.”

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