STORY SPECIALISTSCREENWRITER | BUSINESS STRATEGIST | RESEARCH JOURNALIST
NEWS ROOMS, BOARD ROOMS & HOLLYWOOD WRITERS ROOMS
Kristina Paider has developed a specialized approach to influencing business based on the best practices of Hollywood writers’ rooms. She applies that rigor and flair to companies whose bottom line is influenced by client connection.
KP’s unique protocol accelerates a company’s ability to connect with clients via the dialogue created through their story, brand, marketing and research.
DISCIPLINED CREATIVE SAVVY & PROTOCOL
With special attention to the architecture, character and voice of a company’s messaging, KP uses her distinct protocol to identify and capitalize on a company’s unique differentiators. This enables the attraction and engagement of clients and ultimately, influences the bottom line.
No one else in the hospitality space offers the combined business acumen, disciplined creative savvy and distinct experience that delivers the kind of results that KP does.
Each engagement is completely customized to maximize the client’s time and existing resources. While best practices are acknowledged and utilized, there is no one-size-fits-all. Placing a high value on client relationships and collaboration, KP prefers in-person meetings at key project milestones, though Skype meetings and phone calls may also be arranged.
“Every single module gave me an ‘a-ha’ moment. Simple questions led to much more complex answers and I couldn’t have gotten there on my own.”
~Francesca Vavala, Author
“Powerful. These four sessions will stay with you forever. This is a blueprint and process to solve problems over and over.”
~Mike Patterson, CEO, Alias Cann
"So clever. Brilliant. Brilliant concept. REALLY inspiring to think of myself as a hero in my own life.
This is for everyone who wants to improve their life and do something they’ve never done before."
~Gunnel Ryner, Author
"Awesome reminder that a way forward will present itself if you do the exercises. This class forced me to look at my past successes and break them down. It was sheer utter will! [Realizing this] was like magic."