By taking this course, you'll be able to learn self-mastery, manage your emotional health, and practice the three principles of the Theory of Enchantment to build holistic, transformational relationships with others -- even with those you find disagreeable.
While spending one year as a Bartley fellow at the Wall Street Journal under Bret Stephens, Chloé Valdary developed a theory of change called the Theory of Enchantment, a framework of conflict resolution and interpersonal change rooted in themes found in pop culture. Since then, Chloé has lectured on this theory in communities around the world, teaching how to bring about conflict transformation and reconciliation in previously polarized spaces.
Now, Chloé is taking ‘ The Theory of Enchantment’ from the non-profit sector to the corporate world. Combining the psychology of persuasion with profound insights from household names in pop culture, the ‘Theory of Enchantment’ is a philosophy that can help communities navigate an increasingly polarized world and help tap human potential along the way.
Over the past two years, Chloé has toured around the world and lectured at several universities, including Harvard, Georgetown, and Columbia. She has also published op-eds in the New York Times, Atlantic Magazine, the Wall Street Journal and Commentary Magazine.
StartTransformation #2 | Principle 1 | Characters vs Caricatures. (4:18)
StartTransformation #3 | Principle 1 | Imperfection & Vulnerability (15:19)
StartTransformation #4a | Principle 1 "Know Thyself." - Part 1. (11:56)
StartTransformation #4b | Principle 1 | "Know Thyself." - Part 2 (5:05)
StartTransformation #5 | Learning + Practicing Stoicism
StartRest Period | A Study of the Lion King (11:36)
Frequently Asked Questions
✨ Thank you so much for enrolling in the Theory of Enchantment coursework! I hope you find it as transformational as I did teaching it! If you have any questions, feedback, concerns, or if you just feel like being in touch, send me an email at [email protected]!
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