Sarah Corbett is an award-winning campaigner with 30 years’ practical experience as an activist. Sarah found the constant pressure to get people to sign up to campaigns, with little real engagement or compassion, exhausting. As an antidote to burnout she found a way to use her creativity to protest in a careful, thoughtful way; using emotional intelligence and neuroscience to engage with power-holders in a meaningful way.
We talk about how both introverts can benefit from her approach to activism, avoiding the messiah complex and how real, long term change requires time and patience.
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