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SOCIOCRACY FOR ALL (SoFA)

A Nonprofit Bringing Sociocracy to the World

What We Offer

SOCIOCRACY FOR ALL (SoFA)

A Nonprofit Bringing Sociocracy to the World

Training & Coaching

We offer training on all levels, beginner to training of trainers/consultants.

Resources

Offerings videos, case studies, articles. We wrote a handbook too!

Community

There are many of us! We are about 100+ members and 4 people on staff.

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Featured Articles

Bringing wisdom into today’s governance models

Bringing wisdom into today’s governance models

Watch the full webinar about bringing wisdom from the past and the future into today’s governance models and see how ancestral values connect with sociocracy. The Iroquois Confederacy is considered by many to be the world’s oldest living participatory democracy –...

How (not) to side-track a meeting

How (not) to side-track a meeting

It’s easy to get lost or side-tracked in a meeting! Here’s How (not) to side-track a meeting … or at least how to find your way back pretty fast! Below is a list of typical behaviors that slow down meetings. They are common. They are wide-spread and omnipresent. Learn...

The language of collaboration

The language of collaboration

What can natural languages teach us about self-governance? Maybe governance is to collaboration what language is to communication.

Most Recent Content

Self-Organization – a leap into the unknown

Self-Organization – a leap into the unknown

There are organizations, and in them people, who will never see the value in involving employees in shared governance. There are those who, although they feel the growing discomfort of working ‘in the old way’, remain full of fears and doubts about the incomprehensible concept of self-organization. Self-organization is a set of meta-processes: how to decide together, how to divide the areas of responsibility and decision-making, how to jointly create and develop ourselves and the organization thanks to ubiquitous feedback. With preparation and the right skills, techniques, and tools, transitioning to self-organization can be an empowering experience.

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Hager Homestead Case Study

Hager Homestead Case Study

Hager Homestead is a community in Littleton, Massachusetts (United States) working to form the first 55+ cohousing community in New England. They anticipate construction to begin in 2021, with move-in planned for 2022. Their Vision and Values statement says,“We are a community of active older adults committed to living sustainably on the earth, creating a beautiful place to live, and nourishing the body and soul. We embrace diversity as vital to a flourishing community. We value lifelong learning and personal growth. We care about and support one another, balancing independence and mutual concern. We strive to be compassionate and respectful in our relationships. We look for opportunities to celebrate, engage with the world, and have fun!”

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