Quakers and Decision-Making: exploring the issues
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A one-day seminar on recent research about Quaker decision-making. You can choose to offer a short presentation (email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested). We will hear from academic researchers and from reflective practitioners of Quaker decision-making. Topics may include Quaker business method and non-Quaker organisations, theories of leadership, theology, the role of silence. We will also consider how this material might feed into the revision of the book of discipline. This is not a “how to” – we assume familiarity with Quaker decision-making.
The fee for this day includes lunch and refreshments. Accommodation, if required, should be booked separately.
Rachel Muers, a lifelong Quaker, lectures in Theology a Leeds University. Her books include "Testimony: Quakerism and theological ethics".
Nicholas Burton* is a member of Pickering and Hull AM and lectures in Corporate Responsibility at Northumbria University
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