Anatomy of peace study and discussion guide

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Study Guide (Visual) of The Anatomy of Peace: by The Arbinger Institute by Instaread Summaries

Study Guide (Visual) of The Anatomy of Peace by The Abringer Institute. Created by Instaread.


Learn about the Key Takeaways from The Anatomy of Peace in just a few minutes through beautiful artwork packaged in the form of 15-20 infographic slides.


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The Anatomy of Peace: Resolving the Heart of Conflict, Second Edition, is an expanded version, including additional appendices, of a successful 2006 publication by the Arbinger Institute. The book, which uses fictional characters to illustrate its points, details strategies for defusing political, personal, and business conflicts. It argues that conflict must be approached with a heart at peace rather than a heart at war. Before people can change another’s behavior, they must rid themselves of hatred and self-deception.


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Anatomy of Peace

The Anatomy of Peace (Second Edition) : Resolving the Heart of Conflict

Learn about the Key Takeaways from The Anatomy of Peace in just a few minutes through beautiful artwork packaged in the form of infographic slides. The Anatomy of Peace: Resolving the Heart of Conflict, Second Edition , is an expanded version, including additional appendices, of a successful publication by the Arbinger Institute. The book, which uses fictional characters to illustrate its points, details strategies for defusing political, personal, and business conflicts. It argues that conflict must be approached with a heart at peace rather than a heart at war. With Instaread, you can get the key takeaways, summary and analysis of a book in 15 minutes. We read every chapter, identify the key takeaways and analyze them for your convenience. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

What if, in our conflicts with others, there is something we want more than solutions?
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The delightfully readable story of The Anatomy of Peace: Resolving the Heart of Conflict focuses on a group of parents who have brought their wayward children to a wilderness program that promises to change the direction of their lives. The Anatomy of Peace: Resolving the Heart of Conflict The Arbinger Institute, brings us life-changing insights and principles for resolving conflicts, whether they be personal or global in scope. The leaders, an Arab named Yusuf, and a Jew named Avi, who have themselves experienced a transformed relationship, teach that people basically have two ways of being. If we have a heart at peace , we see others as people —with hopes, needs, cares, and fears that are as real to them as ours are to us. If we have a heart at war , we see others as objects — tools to be used, obstacles to our goals, or even irrelevant. We tend to justify ourselves for our attitudes and behaviors toward others out of four basic needs: 1 the need to believe that we are better than others; 2 the need to believe we deserve more than others; 3 the need to be well-thought of by others; and 4 the need to reduce expectations because of some perceived lack in ourselves. These needs are like boxes in which we are trapped until we recognize their limitations and step outside them to gain a different perspective.

My need to be right makes it more likely that I will be wrong! Likewise, the more sure I am that I am mistreated, the more likely I am to miss ways that I am mistreating others myself. My need for justification obscures the truth. Here is a summary of the model of conflict resolution or "peace building" presented in The Anatomy of Peace , by the Arbinger Institute. This book is a follow up of the best-seller Leadership and Self-Deception , by the same Institute.

There have been some requests to do a book discussion. I'd like to do this one, but if you'd like to read a different one, please feel free to start a post on it and share what you are learning, etc It is really helping me feel in my heart what it really means to be calm. Not just a calm voice, face, or body- but really and truly calm in my heart- having a heart of peace. If I'm not [then] I will be living in a kind of fog that obscures all the reality around and within me.

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