As leaders, we accept the responsibility to enable others to achieve shared purpose in conditions of uncertainty.
- But how can we use public narrative more effectively to enable others to act with agency when faced with disruptive events along the journey of change?
After the success of this training last year, public narrative educator and coach Sarah El Raheb is returning to run another session that will equip participants with the public narrative tools that enable people to move forward with shared purpose when faced with challenges like loss, difference, power, and change.
We invite you to join us, and for those that took the training last year to come and fresh your skills.
- When: June 20 10 am-11:30am EDT (Check your local time here).
- Where: Online (Zoom)
Sarah El Raheb is a former Head Teaching Fellow for Public Narrative II: Loss, Difference, Power and Change class taught at Harvard Kennedy School. This workshop is based on the teachings from that module, building on the module Public Narrative I (Self, Us, Now).
Join us for what will be a practical and empowering workshop, equipping you with a framework and tools to make your narrative interventions more strategic and mindful in times of challenge.
Because this is a skill development session, there is a contribution fee of $15 for non-members, however, cost shouldn’t be a barrier to participation and a number of tickets are available for those that need it – click here and fill out the form if you are not able to cover the contribution fee.
Click here to register and secure your spot! If you’re an LCN member, register for free here.
Sarah ElRaheb is a Canadian-Egyptian educator and coach who specializes in teaching public narrative, organizing, and leadership. She has her Master’s in Education from Harvard Graduate School of Education, with a focus on the arts in education.
Sarah has worked with Dr. Marshall Ganz since 2015 at Harvard Kennedy School as his head teaching fellow, and currently as a Pedagogy and Curriculum Specialist. She has coached, taught, and coordinated over 80 Public Narrative and Organizing workshops across the United States, Canada, and Morocco, and has had the opportunity to teach and coach hundreds of individuals, including artists, mayors, congresspeople, Dreamers, grassroots organizers, and TED talk speakers.
Sarah is a founding member of UforChange, a Toronto-based arts education nonprofit established in 2009 which has empowered thousands of young people. As Director, she was able to raise post-secondary education enrolment rate for her students from 17 to 73%. She received the Dean’s Award for Excellence in Student Teaching at Harvard Kennedy School in 2016. When she is not working,
Sarah is a hobby writer and published essayist, writing and teaching about body positivity, racial justice, and love.