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What can we learn from the quakers? The management practice of decision-making through discernment

Room 401, Business & Law Building


What can we learn from the quakers? The management practice of decision-making through discernment 

Monday 17 September 2018

Kindly sponsored by The Centre for Enterprise, Markets & Ethics, and organised by Northumbria University, we are pleased to offer this FREE ½ day workshop and short course to managers involved in private, public and third-sector organizations or those with an interest in how to make better decisions. 

Speakers & facilitators

We welcome the following speakers and facilitators:

Steven Burkeman – Trustee Joseph Rowntree Foundation and Joseph Rowntree Society

Robert Gibson – Guardian Trustee Scott Bader Commonwealth

Richard Turnbull – Director, Centre for Enterprise, Markets and Ethics

Nicholas Burton – Senior Lecturer, Northumbria University

Booking arrangements

Please email Dr. Nicholas Burton

For full event information, please click here.

Event Details

Room 401, Business & Law Building
City Campus East
Northumbria University
Newcastle upon Tyne


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