Sociocracy in Action: Decision making

Liz Bassett

When:
February 22, 2020 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
2020-02-22T14:00:00+11:00
2020-02-22T16:00:00+11:00
Where:
Visitors Centre, Narara Ecovillage
25 Research Rd Narara NSW 2250
Cost:
$30/$25 or Free
Contact:
Collective Know-How

meeting at Narara Ecovllage

Sociocracy in Action: Decision making

About sociocracy

Sociocracy provides simple but powerful tools that help people work together efficiently and effectively.

Learn Better Ways of Working Together

  • More productive & satisfying meetings
  • Better quality decisions
  • Greater ‘ownership’ of decisions
  • Happier experience working together
  • Less frustration, stress and strife

Sociocracy in Action: Decision making

This two hour workshop gives you the opportunity to learn and practice skills essential for effective Sociocratic governance. 

Theory

  1. What is Consent decision making – how is it distinct from voting or unanimity?
  2. Aims and Domains – what role do they play in sociocracy?
  3. What are the essential steps in reaching a consent decision?

Practice

Observe and participate in a consent decision making simulation, become familiar with the steps that help to make effective decisions while building stronger groups.

Discount tickets available (Select ticket type when registering)

Please pay online by credit card, or at the door on the day, if sufficient places are available.

About the Sociocracy in Action Series

The Series

The workshop series starts with an introduction to effective decision making, followed by more in-depth sessions focussing on the elements of ‘picture-forming’, ‘proposal shaping’ and micro-facilitation skills.

Come to Any or Come to All

While these workshops can be taken as a course, each session is stand-alone, so you can come to any or all of them.

The Presenters

The series is presented by members of Narara Ecovillage Co-operative. We use sociocracy as our process for self governance, and believe it is fundamental to the success of our community and project. We want to share our learning with the wider community, and assist to develop these truly valuable skills.

Workshops organised by Collective Know-How (education enterprise, Narara Ecovillage).