Public narrative is the “why” of organising—the art of translating values into action through stories.
The #EdgeTalks on 7 October featured Kathryn Perera (Head of Transformation, Horizons) who ran a masterclass in crafting public narrative and its role in leadership development, building capacity and strengthening our own resolve to act effectively with others to drive change.
In preparation for Fab Change Day 2016, Kathryn guided us through developing our own public narrative which can be used to support local Fab Change Day activities. What you learnt about was the power of social movements and how this has supported local and national groups to lead change. We also had the chance to hear Fab Change Day stories as well as having the opportunity to share our own stories and making connections.
To join the conversation and share your stories please post on Twitter using #edgetalks
Recording, Slides and Transcript