- What is The New Quo?
- Why are stories so important for us to understand when trying to change the status quo?
- What do leaders need to know about the role that narrative intelligence plays in driving behavior and making change happen? - Is the social contract broken?
- Is our social contract something that can be repaired and improved?
- How can association leaders make the biggest difference in addressing inequality internally with their staff and externally with their members and organizational stakeholders?
- What are signs or signals to a leader that shows that they are on the right path with regard to creating meaningful change with regard to equality? What is a sign that maybe they aren’t?
Christina Blacken is a public speaker, performer, podcast host of "Sway them in Color," and founder of TheNewQuo.com. The New Quo is a leadership development and communication consultancy helping leaders tap into their narrative intelligence and the psychological power of story to transform behavior, build an inclusive culture, and communicate new ideas with deeper connection and influence to achieve their goals. She provides professional development training on inclusive leadership and copywriting services for underrepresented founders, and has taught 445 leaders how to transform themselves, their habits, and their workplace cultures on the topics of imposter syndrome, unconscious bias, and culture change. Before running her business, she worked for 10 years in corporate America using stories to drive change including inspiring 300k teens to take action on pro-social causes, and closing 6.5M in sales with the teams and household brands she's worked with. The New Quo has been featured in Elle.com, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, Huffington Post, Forbes, Business Insider, and Thrive.com among other outlets.