Mahzarin R. Banaji and Anthony G. Greenwald, authors of Blind Spot: Hidden Biases of Good People (Delacorte Press, 2013) and developers of the Implicit Aptitude Test (IAT), believe–and proved–that our perceptions about others are not ours at all but are a product of cultural beliefs we’ve been exposed to over a lifetime.

Beware: you are being gamed.

Our most deeply-held assumptions about what’s “right” and “wrong” are too often the cultural stories embedded in our own. These stories impact who we are, how we lead, and what we think is possible for our lives, our organizations, and the world.

The task, then, is to uproot and replace that which is false to who we are. This is how we change the world, one belief, one person, at a time until a sea change occurs.

Are you sure the only story you’re living is your own?

The Grand Game of Story is a multi-session learning experience that can help you deconstruct and reconstruct your story for more authentic outcomes. Rich with maps, tools, writing, and experiential activities, it is offered in public talks and workshop formats. It can also be licensed and customized for multiple applications and audiences. To learn more, please contact us.

2018 Grand Game Programs

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