Do you feel like there’s room for growth in your current story of self?
Are you looking to deepen your understanding of what makes a powerful narrative?
Then our Skill Practice Session on Story of Self is the perfect space for you!
Crafting a story of self is not a one-time thing. As we learn more about ourselves, our values and sources of hope, we find that our public narrative needs to evolve and develop in ways that better represent our journey and growth. But it can be challenging to do this alone! The most authentic and powerful Stories of Self are nurtured in supportive spaces where we can get on the bike together; spaces to learn, practice, and get coached on our stories.
Join us on July 5th at 10-11:30am ET / 4-5:30pm CET to develop your Story of Self with the support of the LCN community!
In this 90 min session, you will have the opportunity to strengthen your understanding of the craft, further develop your story of self, and get coaching from experienced coaches in the network.
We’re excited to share that this session will be led by LCN member Tejas Motwani! A big shout out to Tejas for his dedication and leadership in creating a space for our organizing community to learn, practice, and grow
Dr. Tejas Motwani studied law and policy at the National University of Singapore and at the University of Oxford. In 2015, he started his organizing campaign for better health and workplace rights for sanitation workers in the city of Ahmedabad in Gujarat, India. As a passionate human rights advocate, Tejas has litigated, organized, and coached on narratives, in a few campaigns over the last few years. In 2019, he joined Marshall Ganz’s team to learn more about Leadership and Organizing and later served as a teaching fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School for the organizing and public narrative courses.
In order to ensure an in-depth learning experience for everyone, the session will be limited to 24 seats – we’ll close the registrations once the seats are filled, so be sure to sign up early to get a spot.
This session is for LCN members and attendees of our Orientation to Organizing sessions.
If you have an active LCN membership, you need to login to view the members’ form and register for free to attend this event.