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How Can We Tell Stories of Systems Change that are More Reflective of the Way Change Happens?
Storytelling is a crucial tool that helps foster connections and deeper understanding, but how does one tell stories about systems change? How do we discover and shift narratives within systems?

Join us on Wednesday, July 20 at 2pm ET for the final session in a new three-part virtual office hour series.

In this virtual office hour, Cynthia Rayner and Tad Khosa of Collective Change Lab will build off their recent work in the Systems Storytelling Initiative, where they have convened a diverse and global community of practice of storytellers to uncover and discover techniques for systems storytelling. They will answer your questions and share specific practices about how to tell stories about changing systems that feel grounded and real.

Bring your questions and we’ll spend the hour going through as many as we can to help provide guidance and clarity to your work.

*Due to unforeseen circumstances, Collective Change Lab founder John Kania can no longer attend this session.

What’s a Virtual Office Hour? The Virtual Office Hour is another way to respond to the burning questions of collective impact practitioners. The office hours are casual Q&A sessions: no formal presentations, but rather an opportunity to spend the hour answering questions about a specific topic.

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How Can We Tell Stories of Systems Change that are More Reflective of the Way Change Happens?

- Date: Wednesday, July 20, 2022

- Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm ET


- Jennifer Splansky Juster, Executive Director, Collective Impact Forum
- Tad Khosa, Communications Manager, Collective Change Lab
- Cynthia Rayner, Systems Storyteller Initiative Leader, Collective Change Lab

Jul 20, 2022 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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