Sandra Carey and Storytelling

When we received the invitation to participate in the online tele-summit “Stories Sell -Tell Yours Well: Discover How You Grow Rich through the Secret Power of Your Story,” one of our favorite storytellers came immediately to mind.  Sandra Carey, Senior Coach and Account Director, has a deep appreciation for language and the power of words.  Her work helping clients excavate their own stories, accessing their humanity and their passion, makes them leaders who can communicate a vision and call their colleagues to action.

Click below to listen to Sandra’s ideas about how stories make our world smaller and more connected. We invite you to share your experiences with storytelling in the comment section below.


One of our most traveled coaches, Sandra has clients in the US, Asia, South America and throughout Europe. Clients praise her ability to quickly understand the breadth of their role and design programs that directly and practically address their needs. Her infectious drive and motivation deepens her clients’ ability to push themselves beyond their boundaries. She continually reinforces the behavioral changes needed to enhance clients’ leadership.  Sandra’s notable work includes:


• Head of TAI’s Asia division with clients in Singapore, Hong Kong, Tokyo and across India

• Long-term international engagements with individuals and teams from organizations such as The Boston Consulting Group, MasterCard, Vitruvian Partners, Sony, Rogers Corporation, Elsevier and Merrill Lynch on communications and leadership development

• Trusted adviser to CEOs and senior executives in a variety of industries including financial services, publishing, agriculture and energy among others

Before joining TAI Sandra was a branding and marketing communications consultant. Prior to that, she worked for 12 years as Director of Investor Relations at Patricof & Co. Ventures, now known as Apax Partners, a global private equity firm. Her theater training includes the British American Drama Academy, Michael Howard Studios, The School for Film & Television, and a New York-based Master Class acting program.

From Growing Communication, here’s a short sample of the first storytelling module.