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 Breakdown: 

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.

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$50.00 ICL Facilitator Ticket
$100.00 Individual Ticket
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