TWO OPTIONS: Oct 13: Manhattan (CUNY) | Oct 14: Brooklyn (Mayday)
BONUS: Lawyer’s track Oct 13
UPDATE: Due to internal changes, the CUNY training is now free of charge. PLEASE rsvp anyway to give us an idea of numbers.
Sociocracy gives structure to how to work together toward a shared vision. This workshop is a great introduction to the participative decision-making for the 21 century!
Join us for an eye-opening workshop on sociocracy, the groundbreaking decision-making method that is transforming the way organizations collaborate and function. In this all-day event, we will delve into the principles and practices of sociocracy, equipping you with the knowledge and skills to revolutionize decision-making within your team.
Sociocracy is not just another management theory; it is a transformative approach that empowers individuals and groups to make better decisions, enhance communication, and foster a sense of ownership and accountability. By attending this workshop, you will gain valuable insights into the core principles that underpin sociocracy and discover its potential to revolutionize your team dynamics.
By the end of this workshop, you will walk away with a solid understanding of sociocracy and its practical applications.
Sign up now and join us to find out about a more harmonious and successful way of working together.
I learned a lot and have a great understanding of the Sociocracy process after the beginners’ class. It was engaging and enjoyable. I appreciate the opportunity to work with folks from many backgrounds through the class exercises.. I am looking forward to continuing my sociocracy education and implementing it in my groups! Tami Gingrow Fayette County, Pennsylvania
Optionally, lawyers can join the Friday workshop, hear the basic introduction and then spend a deepening session 10-11.30. This session will focus on the legal considerations around self-management and be steeped in practical experience, supported by Michael Haber (Director, Community & Economic Development Program, Brooklyn Legal Services Corporation A).
Participants can then join the introduction.
All topics will include Q&A as we go!
I highly recommend this course on consent, objection and facilitation. Ted explains clearly and calmly, the slides are an excellent addition to the book ” many voices, one song” and it’s great to see people from around the world using Sociocracy. Jackie, Bull City Commons, Durham, NC
Ted Rau is an advocate, trainer and consultant for self-governance. His main focus is sociocracy. After his PhD in linguistics and work in Academia, he co-founded Sociocracy For All and spends his days consulting, teaching and leading the member organization as Executive Director. Ted identifies as a transgender man; he has 5 children between 9 and 18. A German citizen he, has lived in Massachusetts since 2010. He is co-author of two books on self-governance, Many Voices One Song (2018) and Who Decides Who Decides (2021); his upcoming book Collective Power is to be published in fall 2023.
At 71 years old, Jerry Koch-Gonzalez has been committed to nonviolent social change all his adult life. That has meant training in anti-oppression especially classism, a certified trainer of Nonviolent Communication/NVC, facilitation, consensus and sociocracy. Jerry used to be part of The Sociocracy Consulting Group, and he is co-founder of Sociocracy For All where he now works full time. He has shared sociocracy and NVC with dozens of communities in North America and abroad. Jerry was born in Cuba and immigrated to the USA as a child.
Giving individuals the ability to freely and safely express their thoughts and opinions in a group while also allowing room to grow and learn is the most beautiful part of Sociocracy. Salt Lake City, Utah
There are two one-day events – choose one!
If you can’t afford the regular ticket, please send an email to [email protected] and describe your need.
Find out about sociocracy on our resource page.