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051

Change Agent Dawn Massabni

The Legally Brief Podcast Presents... "How to Make Our Institutions Work" with Change Agent Dawn Massabni

Ep
051

Change Agent Dawn Massabni - Part 2: How A Mother Transformed Tragedy into Change

Oct 26, 2021
With
Change Agent Dawn Massabni
33:53

Change Agent Dawn Massabni - Part 2: How A Mother Transformed Tragedy into Change

The Legally Brief Podcast Presents... "How to Make Our Institutions Work"

Corporate change agents, disruptors, and survivors want institutions plagued by discrimination, harassment, sexual and political abuse to stop, listen and reform.

Are institutions unable, unwilling or indifferent to change?

Institutions are not dead lifeless brick and mortar structures.  At their heart, our judicial, corporate, educational and religious institutions are made of living breathing human beings. 

So it goes without saying that identifying, correcting and halting institutional abuses benefits everyone.

To bring about sustainable change we need a method or blueprint.  On this and future episodes, I discuss how using my "ACTIVE" method can change systems that abuse power and violate trust.

Today, I continue my conversation with Change Agent Dawn Massabni who discusses how she transformed tragedy into change that benefits us all. 

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