Welcome to our curated guide to Public Narrative, a compilation of key resources available on Leading Change Networks's Resource Center about narrative as a leadership practice.
The LCN Resource Center is organized by three overarching topics: Organizing, Narrative, and Campaign and Movement Building. This is a curated a guide on Narrative for beginners and experts alike. In this guide, you’ll find carefully selected resources to help you jumpstart your narrative practice if you’re just beginning or further hone your skills if you’re experienced in public narrative. You can also browse the whole topic and refine the results by clicking on ‘Refine by Region’, ‘Refine by Format’ etc on the right hand-side of the search page.
A story communicates fear, hope, and anxiety, and because we feel it, we get the moral not just as a concept, but as a teaching of our hearts. That’s the power of story. – Marshall Ganz
A story is like a poem. It moves not by how long it is, nor how eloquent or complicated. It moves by offering an experience or moment through which we grasp the feeling or insight the poet communicates. – Marshall Ganz