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SHIFTING UP:

CREATING AND MANAGING A MORE RELEVANT LIFE

A Group workshop for people who want to redesign their lives.

·        who want to achieve a bolder, riskier, more adventurous, and more satisfying way of living;

·        who feel stuck in a mold that doesn't truly represent who they are and want to find ways to live and work that are more congruent with their core values;

·        who want to feel useful and to have a more positive impact on the world around them.

9 Sessions

Contact us for start times in 2006

Emergent Systems        417 Broadway            Santa Cruz, CA

For more information call:  (831) 429-1563 or e-mail:

Gary Merrill, M.S., has been evoking the potential of individuals and organizations professionally as a organizational development consultant and executive coach for 25 years. He is the founder of Emergent Systems, and organization and personal development firm that helps people thrive in rapidly changing and complex circumstances. As Senior Vice President of the world’s leading career management firm, Gary pioneered several new approaches to career and life planning, change management and creative problem solving.

Philip Slater has been analyzing American society and empowering individuals for the past forty years.  He is the author of ten books including the best-selling The Pursuit Of Loneliness and Wealth Addiction. He has taught at Harvard, Brandeis, and the University of California at Santa Cruz, and has conducted personal growth workshops at National Training Labs, Esalen Institute, and the Rowe Conference Center.  He founded--with Morris Schwartz and Jacqueline Doyle--Greenhouse, Inc., a personal growth and mental health center in Cambridge, Massachusetts.



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