Broadbent Leadership Training

What is Power?

About the training

Develop an understanding of power and social change, including practical approaches to campaigning and organizing. Learn how policies are set and decisions made, considering the change(s) you seek and who has the power to make them.


Modules

Select a module to begin training. You must register or log-in to see all available training modules.

What is Power? (1 of 4)

What is Power? (1 of 4)

Start here to learn about power - who has it and how to build it in your own community.

What is Power? Power Stories (2 of 4)

What is Power? Power Stories (2 of 4)

Hear real-life stories of building and using power to make change.

What is Power? Lessons and Exercises (3 of 4)

What is Power? Lessons and Exercises (3 of 4)

Key lessons and reflection exercises to help you build people-power in your own community.

What is Power? Resources (4 of 4)

What is Power? Resources (4 of 4)

Resources and further reading on power and how to build it.

What is Power? Trailer

What is Power? Trailer

Watch the trailer to get a taste of what this module is all about.


Leadership Stories

Diego Cardona on sanctuary cities
Diego Cardona on sanctuary cities
When delivering this speech, Diego Cardona was part of the Vancouver Foundation's Fresh Voices initiative.
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Rim Mohsen on Fighting Exclusion
Rim Mohsen on Fighting Exclusion
Rim Mohsen is a co-founder of Quebec Inclusif.
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Natan Obed on Indigenous justice
Natan Obed on Indigenous justice
Natan Obed is President of the Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami.
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