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Brick by brick, learn how to advocate for social housing.
Are you involved in the housing sector and passionate about making positive social change? This course is for you.
During this 8-week zoom workshop from the Institute for Change Leaders and the Douglas Coldwell Layton Foundation, lead instructors Melanie Matthews and Robb Johannes will teach you how to:
You will learn through lectures and small group activities that will allow you to practice the skills we teach. You will work with an experienced organizer, who will facilitate your group and help you plan your organizing project. You will finish the course ready to tell your story, with a developed organizing statement, and tools to plan your organizing project's strategy and tactics.
This training will be held every Tuesday between April 11th to May 30th from 6pm-8pm ET.
Join Sarah ElRaheb-Dagher, an educator and coach who specializes in teaching public narrative, organizing and leadership, for an in-depth series on the public narrative.
This training will take place over zoom, on April 5th, 2023. The session will be 3 hours long, from 6pm-9pm ET.
Session #1 - Introduction to "Leading Through Disruptive Change": In this introductory session, participants will learn, experientially, how narrative responses in moments of disruptive change can either enable your "us" to act with agency, or inhibit the agency of your people. Public narrative is about exercising leadership by translating your values, and those of others, into the emotional capacity to respond to challenges with strategic agency, as opposed to reacting with avoidance or fear. In this part, we focus on how to meet the leadership challenge of building an empathetic bridge through which we can enable others to respond with agency to four key forms of disruption: loss, difference, power, and change.
I recommend this training to everyone who wants to take action to speak out against the injustice they are facing.
~ Rebiya, Newcomer Women’s Services
With Olivia’s energy and expertise, we trained and launched teams of early childhood educators who have in turn engaged thousands of childcare workers and reached tens of thousands of parents and voters.
~ Lyndsay Macdonald, Early Childhood Educator
I learned so much, and I will utilize my newly acquired knowledge to create change in my home community.
~ Andrew, Aboriginal Health Initiative
A great experience to be able to engage in thoughtful, skill-building training and get to hear the inspiring stories of badass change leaders.
~ Emily, Young Women’s Leadership Network
The Institute for Change Leaders is a Canadian registered charity that can issue official donation receipts (no. 763310679 RR 0001). ICL is brought to you by the Faculty of Community Services at Toronto Metropolitan University.