Seek unity; uphold difference; find wholeness: Exploring decision-making through Quaker Business Method and other models
Tuesday, 5th December 2017 - Friends House, 173-177 Euston Road, London. NW1 2BJ
Please note, final day for registration is 27th November.
When we engage with the brokenness of the world, one of our tools can be willingness to listen: to each other, to those with whom we disagree, to the vulnerable, and to the leadings of spirit, however we are sensitive to them. Listening, combined with trust and openness, enables clear discussion that lays aside narrow agendas.
Practitioners and specialists will be sharing best practice over a 9am – 5pm day of experiential and interactive learning.
Working on participants’ own real issues, participants will also experience how meetings may be more effective and productive, leading to wiser business decisions.
Joycelin Dawes's, acclaimed new book “Discernment and Inner Knowing” will be reviewed by Eoin McCarthy, Quaker and Ruth Steinholz. Workshops will be led by Paul Moxey, Visiting Professor of Corporate Governance at London South Bank University, Claire James, Peter Cheng, cognitive psychologist, Ruth Steinholz, Sarah & Ali from GenerativeWork.Space, and Shivaji Shiva of Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP.
You can view the programme for the day here.
A vegetarian buffet lunch will be served. Special diets will be catered for but must be requested in advance.