Masonic talk, "Freemasonry: does it live up to expectations?"

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W Bro. Harvey demonstrates that a failure to understand expectations is the source of many concerns in Lodges, and proposes some solutions.

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The social changes of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries have created work, home and general life conditions for the younger man that are very different to those experienced by older brethren. These often become evident when a younger man joins a Lodge, sometimes leading to disappointment and dissatisfaction. In this talk Bro. Harvey draws on recent research to demonstrate that a failure to understand expectations – and a mismatch of two party’s expectations – is the source of many concerns in Lodges. He identifies a number of opportunities for new and existing members of Lodges to share, understand and work to meet their various expectations and invites his audience to consider how they might address these issues in their Lodges.

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