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LaSD, Introducing The Anatomy of Peace

Appendix. Introducing The Anatomy of Peace

World #1 Bestseller in the Categories of War and Peace and Conflict Resolution

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Leadership and Self-Deception and The Anatomy of Peace have been continuous bestsellers. “… every hour of every day for over 10 years, The Anatomy of Peace has been the best-selling book in its category.”

Anatomy of Peace is written as a prequel to Leadership and Self-Deception and is the story of how Lou Herbert learned the ideas that transformed his company and his family relationships.

The story is dated about 20 years before the events of Leadership and Self-Deception, two weeks after the five Zagrum executives, including Kate Stenarude, had quit.

Lou Herbert, and his wife Carol, and their “problem child” Cory. A court-ordered treatment program in Arizona, run by a Palestinian and an Israeli; once bitter enemies; they overcame their histories and help others overcome divisions as well.

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The learning that it wasn’t just Cory who needed to change, so did Lou and Carol.

TD> Probably Lou more than Carol, but clearly learning for each.

The specific mention of the biggest conflict of all, centered in the Middle East.

TD> Very timely to be reading this now with all that’s happening in and around Israel.

People in conflict value something more than they value solutions! Anatomy of Peace shows how we  systematically misunderstand root causes and unwittingly perpetuate the very problems we say we want to solve.

Anatomy of Peace has been used in dealing with organizational silos, law enforcement methodologies, college conflict curriculums, labor-management rifts, and relationships. It is used as a guidebook for finding solutions to the most challenging problems.

TD> “The most challenging problems.” Relationships!

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