Reading With Your Kids
What in the World is Sociocracy? Hope Wilder is on the #ReadingWithYourKids #Podcast to tell us that it is all about making sure that everyone’s voice is heard when making decisions. Sociocracy helps to create more human organizations..
Education Research Reading Room
Fantastic insights around how to practically involve young people in decision making both in school, in the home, and really anywhere. It also contains ideas for running better meetings in any context!
The Peaceful Parenting Podcast
Hope Wilder is the founder of Pathfinder Community School, a self-directed and self-governing learning community. She is also the author of “Let’s Decide Together,” a manual for practicing consent based decision making with children. She works with Sociocracy for All to promote and support schools using these practices worldwide.
Brave New Work
In this episode, we talk to Ted about his book, Many Voices One Song, consent-based decision-making, and the challenges of getting the ball rolling with large orgs.
Triple Bottom Line
Ted explains that governance is part of the systems that help us be better humans: living interdependence in our daily lives and relating to ourselves, others and our environment with respect and equity. A truly remarkable organizational system that’s been around for decades.
In this episode, we’ll discuss: The meaning of sociocracy, how sociocracy compares to a democracy, consent versus consensus, the value of objections, and much more!
Ted Rau, Co-founder of Sociocracy For All, and John McNamara, Ph.D., Sr Cooperative Development Specialist at Northwest Cooperative Development Center NCDC, discuss the Sociocracy in Cooperatives Conference.
– The Sociocracy leadership method
– How to put it into practice for your organization
– Why knowing who you are matters to your leadership
Agile Uprising host Andy Cleff chats with Ted Rau, from Sociocracy for All, about using intentional processes to establish an inclusive group culture early on to grow and flourish without governance troubles getting in the way – while keeping all eyes on a shared purpose.
Sowing the Seeds of Change
Sociocracy It’s a fantastic way that people can organise themselves to get things done in an inclusive and democratic way – whether that’s in intentional communities, for profit or non-profit organisations, neighbourhoods – or who knows, maybe one day, even governments.
Frontiers of Commoning
Ted Rau and Jerry Koch-Gonzalez, Co-founders of Sociocracy for All, explain how Sociocracy provides a fair, effective, commons-based system of deliberation and decisionmaking.
Talk with Ted Rau, one of the co-founders of of Sociocracy For All, and leader of the general circle for that organisation. We’re interviewing key players in the new economy, to: a) bring their work to a wider audience b) try to find ways to co-ordinate their efforts c) stimulate debate d) help to build the new economy.
Juhtimiskvaliteet on konkurentsieelis
In this episode, Ted Rau discusses sociocracy as a governance model emphasizing self-management and consent-based decision-making. He highlights how it fosters personal growth by teaching individuals to express their boundaries and make clear choices, enabling them to maintain healthy relationships while being self-responsible and self-sufficient.
Daily Hampshire Gazette
Non Profit Quarterly
More Than Digital
Journal of Nonprofit Innovation