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Selection process – choosing roles by consent

Selections class - - Sociocracy For All

June 14 @ 10:00 12:00 EDT

Basic sociocracy methods class

About this class

The selection process is used to choose people who will become facilitators, leaders, and delegates. It’s one of the cornerstones of sociocracy. It helps make decisions that avoid popularity contests and secret ballots and fosters transparency, feedback and focus on who can serve in the role.

During this class, you will learn how to use the selection process and practice it – including its variations. It will also cover what can be done when someone objects.


Getting Started. (Never been to a workshop, watched/read a few things.) It’s also okay to join if you have other experience but simply haven’t covered selections yet.

Unsure of what your level is? Try our Sociocracy Level Quiz. This event is geared towards people with an assessment score of <14 but open to anyone.


The selection process is a brilliant balance between groupthink and convergence, pragmatic choices and deliberation.

  • Selection process – standard process
  • Variations: choosing several roles at once, using the selection process for other things than roles
  • What to do when there’s an objection.

All classes include presentation, practice, and time for questions.


0:20-0:45Standard process
0:45-1:15Practice in small groups, Q&A
1:30-1:50Objections in the selection process
1:50-2:00Feedback and next steps


Our sociocracy basic methods classes are taught by certified sociocracy trainers.

Zujeil Flores

picture zujeil flores scaled square - - Sociocracy For All

Zujeil Flores is a sociocracy trainer and coach. She has been actively involved in Sociocracy for All since 2018 and has held many roles including coordinating the 1st cohort of the Sociocracy Academy in Spanish (2021-2022). She’s currently a member of the Organizations Support, Training, and Web Content Publishing circles at SoFA. 

Zujeil holds a Masters in Public Health. Her study of the social determinants of health led her to an interest in cooperation, collaboration, and support systems which then led her to the study of self-governance. Zujeil was born in Mexico and resides in Philadelphia, PA, USA. She is mom to 2 very active homeschooled boys

Duration and time zone

This event is one 2-hour session on June 14. The starting time in local time zones is:


You can request a 30% group discount for groups of 3+ people. Email [email protected].
Affordability is important to us. Please email [email protected] if the ticket price keeps you from attending and describe your need briefly. 

$85.00 2 hour live webinar


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