This session will look at the use of storytelling and how that connects – both positively and negatively – with ethical decision making. It will explore the psychological links between developing narratives and sensemaking and will offer an example of positive storytelling practice from New Zealand police. The session will also warn against the dangers of storytelling as a form of manipulation on an individual and cultural level. While there will time to share ‘our stories’ the focus of the session will mainly be on the practical hows and whys of using storytelling as a means of effective ethical decision making.

When: 24 March 10 – 11.30 am
Where: Online
Cost: Free
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