I silently counted to 10 and reminded myself to look away for a second — best not to terrify him. What do you want your audience to remember after the lapse? Avoid to memorize your text to speech. In gatherings led by Ganz and groups such as the Leading Change Networkpeople first learn about the theory behind Public Narrative.
It is learning to tell a story of self, a story of us, and a story of now. I prayed no one would ask me personal questions. We model public narrative, engage students in reflection on their own narrative, facilitate student coaching of each other, and evaluate students on their practical and analytic understanding of narrative practice.
Where are we going?
People would love me or not — frankly I was okay with the risk. The fifth method I would like to discuss is the like or not and why technique. A leader motivates his or her constituency by rooting that choice in shared values that call them to action.
I processed events after the fact with tenuous evaluation, like peeling off layers of old wallpaper. The practice was developed by Marshall Ganz—a former longtime United Farm Workers organizer and now Harvard professor—and used as a template by the Obama campaign.
George Marcus, The Sentimental Citizen: Celebrations may take place at times of sadness, as well as times of great joy. At X-mas I … and followed by a catchy anf active verb.
We discuss theory, reflect on readings, analyze videos, and coach students to develop their own public stories. Each person has her own Public Narrative; your story of self is unique, and your stories of us and now are similar to others in your group, though you may express them in your own way.
Richard Kearney, On Stories: Your Life Lessons Take personal growth and development as starting point. A story of now.
Why can I give so much of myself to my customers and so little to my friends?Public Narrative, Collective Action, and Power Marshall Ganz The authors ofthis volume ask how discontented, butcompliant, publics can mobilize to demand political change.
MLD - Organizing: People, Power & Change Spring Organizing Notes What Is Public Narrative? Week 2 The questions of what am I called to do? what is my community called to do?, and what are we called to do now?
Learn the fundamentals of telling your story of self, from trainer Marshall Ganz. Understand why public narrative is key to being a leader who can create and maintain action-oriented relationships, develop organizing strategies, and communicate authentically with voters.
Public narrative is the art of translating values into action. It is a discursive process through which individuals, communities, and nations construct their identity, make choices, and inspire action.
A public health expert would draw a line between my childhood and my current size. I am on the “morbid” side of obese, and have been for as long as I can remember. I’ve spent a long time learning to love my body in a world that isn’t kind to it. Sharing your Public Narrative.
A person can share her Public Narrative in any venue, from press releases to public events to social media. “By telling our personal stories of challenges we have faced, choices we have made, and what we learned from the outcomes.Download