A fast, effective, and fun way to learn (and teach) proposal-forming in sociocracy (Diana Leafe Christian)


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Description: I’ll demonstrate an effective, engaging way to show how Proposal-Forming works when teaching it to others. On a template everyone can see on a large screen, someone types Aspects of the issue into one column in the template while these are being brainstormed, and later does the same with specific Proposal Ideas. Doing it this way makes learning Proposal-Forming obvious, easy, and fun. We’ll do it in the workshop.

Bio: Diana Leafe Christian teaches sociocracy to intentional communities and member-led groups. Author of Creating a Life Together: Practical Tools to Grow Ecovillages and Intentional Communities, she speaks at conferences, offers consultations, and leads workshops and online courses. She has taught Sociocracy internationally since 2012, in the US and Canada, the UK, France, Sweden, Russia, and Latin America.

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