How can we feel safe while also being brave, bold, courageous? Recent research in neuroscience and neuropsychology has offered fascinating insights into how our brains, minds, and bodies interact with and respond to one another and our world at large. This session explores how a sociocratic approach supports greater success in human collaboration and collective leadership, based on how processes, methods, and structures that implement sociocracy align with what neuroscience is showing us about human interaction, response, and reaction.
We understand difficult situations in meetings better if we take a systemic view of organizations and see incidents as indicators for the whole culture. Find a list of what’s underneath the moment you see.