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Collaborating with the Enemy, with Adam Kahane. In memory of Naomi Kahane.

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Richard J. Renaud Science Complex

SP -S-110

Loyola Campus

Montreal, QC H4B 1R6

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Please join Graduate Students in the Human Systems Intervention program at Concordia University in a lively discussion and Q&A with Adam Kahane, author of Collaborating with the Enemy: How to Work with People You Don't Agree with or Like or Trust. In his new book, Adam Kahane tackles the challenge of creating collaboration across diversity. Having worked alongside highly heterogeneous system change teams all around the world for 25 years, Kahane has learned that collaboration is becoming increasingly necessary and also increasingly difficult. He has also learned that the conventional models of collaboration, which focus on agreement, certainty, and control, are becoming obsolete.

"Kahane writes with humility, sharing what he has learned from both his successes and his failures over a long career dedicated to helping address some of the world's toughest problems. Collaborating with the Enemy offers practical guidance for how to work with diverse others, which is a precondition for confronting many of the complex challenges we face" - Morris Rosenberg, President, Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation, and former Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Canada

Book Signing and Reception at the Loyola Refectory to follow

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Richard J. Renaud Science Complex

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