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Many of us have implemented or used sociocracy in well-established groups or projects where we have time to train people to get them up to speed. But what about for short-term projects, where we do not necessarily have so much time. Rakesh has used sociocracy in many such situations, from one-day conferences to residential training courses. Let’s explore ideas of how to use sociocracy effectively to co-create events.
Bio: Rakesh is an experienced low-impact living designer and teacher from the UK, specialising in permaculture, collaborative working, sociocracy, food forests and other low-maintenance food growing systems, etc. He has supported several community projects in London and throughout Europe and has taught in many countries around the world. Made a livelihood as a computer consultant, homeopath, yoga teacher and reggae DJ.
- Recording of a webinar with Rakesh: The perfect complimentary edge (sociocracy and permaculture)
- You can find some sociocracy talks on his YouTube channel
You can find events (free talks, workshops, etc) on facebook
You can find various resources (logbooks, role descriptions, etc) on his website
He does monthly free public skills exchanges (you can propose topics)
Rakesh kseep people up to date and share things via instagram
You can get in touch with him via facebook or email