Engage. Inspire. Prevent.

Tuesday, 27 September 2022

In every room around the world, there is a common currency. Attention. As leaders, one of our most extensive duties is to gain the trust of those listening. To gain their trust, we must first gain their attention. How? Stories. Stories are the currency of humanity and social impact organizations focused on shifting culture and systems require the blueprint to enhance their message and their ability to move people from audience members to advocates. Storytelling from a trauma-informed lens provides an avenue for demonstrating the impact of our work. 

During this session led by Mothyna James-Brightful, participants will explore audience engagement through storytelling. Using a storytelling framework to shift an audience from interested to invested. 


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