Do you want to learn how to organise like Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King or Sylvia Pankhurst?
If the answer is yes, you're in for a treat.
Here we learn the basics of community organising to build powerful teams, develop leadership and win on the issues that matter to us.
History shows us that together we are more capable of changing the world than one person or institution will ever be. Through community organising, we use our collective resources to develop leadership in our local area to build people power and take action on what matters. Together we can build our relationships to grow movements capable of transforming our world.
1.0 Community organising and expectations
1.1 What is Community Organising?
1.2 Change starts with me
2.0 People are the power
2.1 On planet earth power changes everything
2.2 Understand how power moves
2.3 How to do a power analysis
3.0 Storytelling: how we move people to act
3.1 How to story your way into the White House
3.2 Six reasons you should tell a story
3.3 Sticky story structures
3.4 Six ways to communicate unforgettable messages
4.0 Building relationships for change
4.1 A method of talking to people: the 1-to-1
4.2 Speaking to people who do not agree with you
4.3 Know your self-interest
4.4 Build your diary around 1-to-1s
4.5 House meetings
4.6 Seven steps for meeting success
5.0 How to build effective teams
5.1 Creating a team culture to benefit everyone
5.2 Every team must know their purpose
5.3 How to delegate effectively
5.4 Rules are not made to be broken
6.0 How to take action and win
6.1 Eight ingredients of effective action
6.2 Make your action news
6.3 The campaign cheatsheet
6.4 Never skip an evaluation
7.0 Make time for self and collective care
7.1 Protect your diary for what matters most
7.2 The habit of no
7.3 Reflection: was your day well spent?