Lessons on community from a notorious neighbourhood
How do you build stronger teams or safer neighbourhoods? Carissa Halton's notorious neighbourhood had something to teach her about building healthy community. In this 60-minute keynote, Carissa shares the funny, sad, make-you-mad stories of Alberta Avenue. Audiences leave inspired to build live-giving community whenever they are.
Audiences will be inspired to build trusting community wherever they are, leading to stronger teams at work and safer neighbourhoods. Audiences will learn what it takes to develop trust that leads to renewed collaboration and engagement in any work or neighbourhoodenvironment.
Suitable for a 60 minute keynote, this session can be expanded into a 90-120 minute interactive workshop. This session can be formatted to fit your schedule's needs.
Customize the focus
Customize a focus for your team's specific community-building or work culture goals. Specific focuses include: increasing staff engagement, inspiring courageous leadership, encouraging collaboration, creating safe work cultures.
Dear Decision Maker: Lessons from the Mailroom
The power of our democracy isn't only found at the voting booth. As a former correspondence director, Carissa will discuss effective strategies for communicating with decision-makers. With examples from mail rooms across the globe, she will discuss successful letter writing campaigns and how this type of people power fits into a broader government relations strategy or campaign for policy change.
Participants will feel hope about the power available to them to change their communities. They will learn how to write an effective letter to a decision maker
Suitable for a 60 minute keynote, this session can be expanded into a 90-120 minute interactive workshop.
Customize a focus for your team's specific campaign or political goals.
Writing True: Stories that Get Noticed
Are you struggling to write all your really amazing stories down? Join award-winning non-fiction author, Carissa Halton, for a writing workshop on the techniques and tools that make non-fiction and communications writing come alive. Using published examples, she’ll explain techniques that make non-fiction stories sparkle.
Participants will identify the stories they or their organization has to share and clarify their audience internally and externally. Participants will leave with tips on how to write those stories in engaging ways for use in communications materials and social media.
Suitable for a 60 -90 minute interactive workshop.
Customize a focus for your team's specific communications or writing goals.