You and your team members can learn how to separate thinking into six clear functions and roles. Each thinking role is identified with a colored symbolic "thinking hat." By mentally wearing and switching "hats," you can easily focus or redirect thoughts, the conversation, or the meeting.
When people connect to political issues through personal stories, they see them in a different way. They don’t just see democracy in the abstract, they see ‘my democracy.’ The transformative potential of storytelling is written into the fabric of our lives.
Transmedia for Change (T4C) is an umbrella term that encompasses transmedia activism (change in society or community) and personal growth (change in lifestyle, personal development). Underlying T4C is the belief that stories matter, that those stories need to be told to the right people at the right time and most importantly that projects should offer a pathway to success.As I stated in my early post, Where Next for Reality, nothing is real: the reality we experience is grounded in the stories w
When primary care physician Suzanne Koven sees a patient with a sore throat, she begins by saying, “So tell me the whole story.”
Her colleagues might wince when she brings this up, feeling the pressure of cramming more responsibilities into overstuffed 15-minute appointments. But Koven believes that it actually saves time when patients tell their own stories in their own way.
Highlight a challenge and how your organization helped to overcome that challenge. Stories help elicit the empathy necessary to prime people to give. Keep the story short; focus on the drama as the characters struggle to meet the challenge.
Be creative with your storytellers by having the letter come from a donor, volunteer or program beneficiary. Research shows that donors are more likely to trust other donors or program beneficiaries because they are not seen as having a vested interest.
Understanding power for social change developed by Sussex University under John Gaventa
Barbara Ganley's insight:
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