Despite our best efforts, the near universal human experience is that it’s tremendously difficult for organizations, families and communities to work and relate together without being affected if not divided by our different viewpoints, interests and needs. These differences limit us and waste precious time and resources. They prevent us from solving problems we care about, individually and collectively. The practice of Contemplative Dialogue / Active Engagement offers proven ways to overcome those divisions. It supports individuals and groups in showing up in ways that make a measurable difference in the quality of life and outcomes we create. It supports building a shared approach that is effective, practical, and better allows us to do what we do best.
Location: Georgetown, IN, USA