On Tuesday, June 30, 2015, at 12 Eastern, 9 Pacific AM, I will be moderating a teleseminar for Purposeful Planning Institute (PPI). The program description is below. Because of the topic and speakers, this will be an hour that is very informative and stimulating.
If you are not a member of PPI, you may get a guest pass for this event by emailing here.
Title: New Tools in the Trustscape: How Polarity Thinking Addresses Dilemmas that Simply Won't Go Away
Date: June 30, 2015
Time: Noon ET (60 Minutes)
Guest Speakers: Daniel P. Felix, The Professional Trustee and Neesa Sweet, The Braided River Group
Description: Polarity Thinking shines a bright light on hidden factors in the trustscape -- interdependencies that have the power to prevent solutions and keep trustees, their advisors and their client families on a literal "seesaw" of unsolvable questions. Polarity Thinking is an approach that fosters true Practical Wisdom. The result is even greater success in dealing with conflict, change, complexity, and communications, as well as both chronic and cultural issues.
Note about the word "trustscape":
"Our term trustscape describes a subsystem within the larger family system. Members of the trustscape are those connected by a trust agreement - trust-creators, trustees, beneficiaries, trust-protectors, committees, and their advisors."
Note (added September 3, 2015):
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