Changing Culture – Challenges & Breakthroughs (John Schinnerer)

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Description: Living sociocracy requires major culture change. Existing behaviors will not generate different results, yet most of us resist changing our behavior. What specific challenges – and breakthroughs – have you experienced in experimenting with sociocracy? John will present several examples, and then invite participants to share their own. Bring your concise stories of changing default behavior to get different results.

Bio: John Schinnerer is a whole systems design consultant, teacher, facilitator, and practitioner. For 25 years he has studied, worked, taught, published, and played in realms of human relatings, governance and decision-making systems, appropriate technology, and ecological design. His interest in and experience with the Sociocratic Circle-organization Method dates back to the turn of the century.

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