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 Working in a Sociocratic Team (Module 2)

Module 2 is 24 hours of live training, the class will divide into groups of four to five participants who will work together on an actual, real-world project that may, at the participants’ discretion, continue for a while after the class. The training goes into the four basic principles in much more depth, alternating between explanations, exercises, discussion of real-world examples, questions, and time for personal reflection.

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Package Details

Investment: $950
Setting: Online via Zoom
Total Class Time: 24 Hours of live training, interactive exercises, experiential learning, as well as time for questions and personal reflection.

Course Schedule

11:00 am to 3:0 pm
Eastern Time (US)


  1. Saturday, Dec 4
  2. Sunday, Dec 5
  3. Saturday, Dec 11
  4. Sunday, Dec 12
  5. Saturday, Dec 18
  6. Sunday, Dec 19

Course Outline

  1. How to build a circle
  2. The common aim or offer of the circle
     

  3. Domain of the circle

  4. The memory of the circle – Logbook

  5. Aim Realization Process: The 9 Steps

  6. Distinction between policy decisions and execution

  7. Governance roles and functions, distributing tasks

  8. Leading successfully - initiating, motivating, correcting, supporting
     

  9. Role improvement and personal development in sociocracy

Testimonial

After having led and sat through many meetings in which anxiety and rancor are the rule, Sociocracy is a breath of fresh air. The Sociocratic process encourages us to listen, self-reflect and find clarity about the group's aim all at the same time. In the end, we get things done, but, astonishingly, all have participated, the loudest voice did not win and we used the heck out of our collective wisdom." Linda Hunter (past student)


In Case You're Still Deciding...

 a Student Testimonial from the Art of Sociocracy & Effective Meetings


I'm a semi-retired information technology and software development executive and project manager.  When I left corporate America eight years ago, I was cynical about the future. I had observed how typical top-down companies disengaged their employees; I had experienced the gordian knot of bureaucracy when working on government contracts; and was painfully aware of how creativity was institutionally thwarted at every turn.


In the interim from that time until now, I have searched for better techniques to foster cooperation. I have volunteered to lead IT teams in a number of non-profits and sought avenues to solve the problems of corporate and organizational stagnation.  Last year I began a personal investigation of why organizations with lofty visions to improve the world (nonprofits, b-corps, social impact corps, NGO) fail to collaborate effectively.  I interviewed 100 business and thought leaders and posed that question to them.  I learned much about the challenges and how extraordinary groups overcome them.

 
I uncovered many alternative organizational structures and practices that have potential to enhance group dynamics and create community. I was very lucky to stumble across Governance Alive and their particular approach to organizational and community interactions/decision making/and management. 


I believe that Sociocracy is one of the solutions to this intractable broken hierarchy, to the polarization of our discourse, and to the enlivening of community.  After attending Module One of the training system of Governance Alive's Sociocracy Principles and Practices, my optimism has been revitalized.  The principles of Sociocracy are simple on the surface and amazingly profound as you engage them. Equivalency and Consent are powerful words, but the connotation and depth of meaning ascribed to them in the Governance Alive program increases their profundity.


John Buck's amazing breadth of experience in systems engineering, agile software design, and creative group dynamics adds so much to the already strong and intuitive content of the course. I immediately resonated with the premise that what is missing from typical corporate structures is a multi-layered feedback system in which knowledge and innovation can be returned to decision makers.  The class content was sprinkled with many 'aha' moments for me about business, emotional savvy, and the subtle means to build a team and tap their intelligence.  The members of my particular co-hort were an amazing group of change agents from many countries and many disciplines and the interactive nature of the exercises brought additional insights to me. 


If you are interested in how to change the way communities, businesses, teams, and civic environment work, I can think of few more impactful approaches than Governance Alive's. While this training program is somewhat new to the scene,  I think the expertise of the team, the powerful content, and the emphasis on interactive practice will continue to make this program impactful for changing our broken organization cultures.


Atom Terpening


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