Friday 1-12-18 | Patterns of a Flourishing Society: The Utah Citizen Summit and Beyond | John Kesler
Dialogue leader: John Kesler
Founder and President, Salt Lake Civil Network
This Think Again event is in association with the Utah Citizen Summit, Village Square, and Living Room Conversations
Home of James & Judith McConkie
3373 Oakwood St
Salt Lake City, Utah 84109
John served as Communities Editor of National Civic Review, the oldest and most respected journal in the United States addressing local civic and democratic practices. He led several studies relating to civic and citizen engagement and community movements, funded by national foundations, and is credited with identifying, writing about and improving on many cutting edge aspects of citizen engagement and community flourishing. He was a founding member of the Integral Institute. As executive director of the US healthy community coalition, John revived the healthy community global action network and served as senior advisor to the founding of GAN-Net, the network of global action networks.
John practices law and has engaged in transactional legal work throughout the United States and in Europe and East Asia. He has been an AV rated attorney by Martindale Hubble for more than twenty years. His practice is currently limited to commercial real estate finance.
Mr. Kesler founded and is president of the Salt Lake Civil Network, a non-profit corporation, which models and mentors integrally informed interconnected personal, community and global flourishing.
John has also developed and shares a unique and acclaimed awareness and life practice called integral polarity practice (IPP) through the IPP Institute, which he actively shares with people in North America, Europe, Australia and new Zealand. IPP is designed to support a person in integration and growth through the full spectrum of human development. It can also be applied to organizational development and flourishing. John is also certified to evaluate levels of human development in the StAGES model of human development.
TEDx Salt Lake City by John Kesler
2016 Utah Citizen Summit
The IPP Institute
All who can are encouraged to leave their cars in the “park & ride” lot on the NW corner of Wasatch Blvd. and 39th South. The home is less than a block away. Simply cross the intersection going east. The street is on the north side of the 39th as it goes up the hill.
Bring an item of food to share afterword if you wish.