UPDATE FOR PARTICIPANTS:
Please complete this pre-workshop survey
by EOD Wednesday, Aug. 14.
About the Workshop
The H. E. Butt Foundation, San Antonio Area Foundation, and their national partners at the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation have put together a day-long storytelling intensive to help nonprofit organizations learn more about shifting the narrative around inequity among vulnerable families and children in our city.
You were selected as a participant organization because we believe you have the readiness. We are committed to helping you advance factual narratives, dispel myths, and replace inaccurate information with contextualized and data-based storytelling.
To that end, we are providing a free workshop at the San Antonio Area Foundation where two national experts in storytelling, branding, and narrative change will conduct hands-on training in a small group setting.
The Los Angeles based firm Rally will be taking us through the fundamentals of Narrative Change:
- What is narrative change?
- Why is narrative change important? How does it lead to behavior change?
- How do you create narrative change (macro, issue space level)?; taught via case studies
- How do you do narrative change at a micro (organizational) level? – informed by survey results, incorporating best practice worksheets
The Philadelphia based firm The Gravity Field will explore:
The Art of Flogic
How to get creative with activism and create change through unconventional ideas. You’ll be able to undo assumptions about problems.
- Create inventive narratives.
- Create a right mix of talent for your organization.
- Discover your ‘thinking’ archetype.
The Story Code
Discovering your story and giving it a voice in our modern, connected age. The Story Code is an interactive process to help get you started on that journey of discovery.
- You’ll map your organization’s DNA.
- Have a Point-of-View that makes believers.
- Know how you fit in culture.
Registration for this event is now closed.
If you have any questions, please contact Jessica Clark or Perri Rosheger.