School of Continuing Studies

XCOM-706 Becoming A Story Changemaker

Available dates

May 25—Jun 7, 2020
Online
USD 856

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About the course

This culminating course in the Certificate in Social Impact Storytelling program aims to activate each student’s potential as a changemaker within society as a storyteller-leader. In order to do so, students will work closely with the instructor and cohort members to discover and reflect upon the story archetypes that have been influenced by their unique experiences and life philosophy by analyzing results from the Pearson-Marr Archetype Indicator Assessment. Students will conclude the course having developed personal action steps to maximize their role as a story changemaker that fits into the larger strategic plan that they have created for their social impact organization or setting.

Course Objectives

Learning Objectives

  • Discover and analyze the story archetypes that are present in your personal life
  • Create personal action steps to maximize your role as a story change maker

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John Trybus

John D. Trybus is a social strategist on a mission to help impact organizations embrace the blur—between sectors, functions, departments and human strengths—for good. He leads and manages Georgetown University’s Center for Social Impact Communication, a research and action center working to igni...

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