Saturday May 11, 2019 – 10 AM to noon
Presenters/Facilitators: Bill & Jean Harley
Decisions, large and small, determine the course and quality of life—for an individual, a couple, a family, an organization, a community, a country, and the world. Today, we are experiencing a decision-making crisis. Increasing complexities in life and polarizing deliberation practices are outpacing our problem-solving and decision-making resources. As a result, polarization, partisanship, fragmentation and stagnation expand in spaces where we need unity, robust solutions and rapid progress. In this session, Bill Harley, a life coach/consultant, and Jean Harley, a psychotherapist, will introduce, explain and demonstrate a revolutionary, transformative decision-making process that:
- Engages the whole human being—spiritually, intellectually, socially and emotionally;
- Improves relationships at all levels;
- Calls forth latent qualities & capacities in its practitioners;
- Fosters true consideration & penetration of diverse thoughts;
- Dramatically deepens understanding;
- Yields creative, robust decisions that rise above partisan & ideological bickering;
- And results in justice & unity.
Join us to learn and take away valuable new deliberation concepts and skills that you can immediately apply with yourself, partner, family, neighborhood, community, and workplace. The format includes presentation, demonstrations, and small and large group discussion.
About the Presenters
Bill and Jean Harley are the principals of Harley Consulting & Coaching, a Minneapolis-based human and organization development firm providing coaching, counseling, consultation, education, and group facilitation services to release human and organizational potential in service to others. Jean is a Psychologist and Bill is an organization development consultant and a Certified Personal & Professional Coach. They work with individuals, couples, families, groups, organizations and communities to accelerate growth and facilitate unity of purpose.
They are the co-authors of two books: TRANSFORMED: How to Make the Decisions That Change Your Life and Now That I’m Here, What Should I Be Doing? Bill and Jean have been married for 50 years and have two adult daughters and sons-in-law plus three grandchildren.