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How to Communicate and Inspire in Times of Uncertainty
With the future fraught with uncertainty, leaders are operating under ever more risky conditions. Mistakes are inevitable in both strategic decisions and policy as we work our way towards a “new normal” in the next months, or even years. Whether our staff or superiors, how might we create a shared narrative that helps everyone stay productive, relevant, and even thrive?

Join us for a live, free 45-minute webinar with Ami Valdemoro (Harvard University, MPP), Leadership and Management Trainer and Social Entrepreneur, as she shares the Harvard-developed framework of “Public Narrative,” an effective communications tool that leaders can use to mobilize their teams to embrace change.

Discover the importance of storytelling in uncovering the values that can unite a group in confronting a challenge, and gain an approach to inspire collective action at work or in your community.

May 28, 2020 11:00 AM in Singapore

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Ami Valdemoro
Founder and Chief Empowerment Officer of Three Points Ventures, Inc. | MPP, Harvard University
Ami Valdemoro is a leadership coach, social change agent, health advocate, and entrepreneur. She is the Founder and Chief Empowerment Officer of Three Points Ventures, Inc., a firm specializing in strategy, execution, and leadership development for nonprofits and businesses working in the social impact sector. Ami’s experience spans five continents, beginning with a tenure at the African Tobacco Control Consortium, a five-year Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation-funded program for the American Cancer Society’s global tobacco control unit. She has been heavily involved in the social impact sector, previously serving as the Executive Director of Friends of Hope, a social business dedicated to creating access to opportunities for Filipinos to prosper; as well as serving on the board of MyShelter Foundation and Liter of Light USA, two social enterprises dedicated to empowering lives around the world through community-built solar lighting technologies.