Bestselling author William Ury will discuss his new book "Getting to Yes with Yourself" at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 27, at the Evanston Public Libary.
A co-founder of Harvard's Program of Negotiation and a mediation expert who has consulted in the Middle East and former Soviet Union, Ury's latest describes a six-step method for overcoming inner obstacles and building a more satisfying life at home, work, and in the community. Following his reading, Ury will take questions and also sign copies of "Getting to Yes with Yourself," which will be available to purchase courtesy of the Book Stall.
William Ury is a Distinguished Senior Fellow at Harvard University and a co-author of "Getting to Yes" – a worldwide bestseller with 12 million copies in print. He co-founded the International Negotiation Network with former President Jimmy Carter and is the founder of the Abraham Path Initiative in the Middle East. His work has been widely featured on CNN, the BBC, and in the New York Times, and he has a popular TED talk "The Walk from No to Yes."
Everyone is welcome, but please register online or by calling (847) 448-8620.